Fri, 02/21/2014 - 6:00pm
This year's 5th annual Environmental Photography Exhibition at the Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum will showcase three photographers. Each has a distant style in bringing thought provoking attention to our environment. Marc Newton’s nonconventional “constructed Paradise' confronts the natural landscape in relation to human culture”. On the other hand, Kurt Jordan shoots in the traditional b&w way… as-it-is. Kurt describes his work as “the forms in these landscapes are a manifestation of the soul of our humanity”. While Denver’s local Evan Anderman exploits color and abstract patterns with aerial photography to emphasize “the subtle interactions between land and water and the intimate details that most people don't notice”.
Boyd Norton, while talking about his efforts with the Serengeti ecosystem project, will detail his strategies for using photography as a tool in conservation efforts. He is the founder of the North American Nature Photography Association, International League of Conservation Photographers and International League of Conservation Writers.Talk begins at 6:15 PM.
The public is invited to attend the Environmental Photography Exhibition reception as well as the Colorado Environmental Film Festival’s grand opening reception in the American Mountaineering Center’s climbing wall lobby on Friday evening from 6 to 7 PM. Complimentary drinks and appetizers will be served. Location: 710 10th St., Golden, Colorado. More information at: http://www.ceff.net