Summer lecture series is picture-perfect

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Summer lecture series is picture-perfect

The Tetons and Snake River, 1942, Ansel Adams. Judith Reynolds will be discussing photographs by Adams, Carlelton Watkins and others as part of the summer lecture series, “Imagining the West,” to be held at 1:30 p.m. June 24 at Fort Lewis College’s Center of Southwest Studies.
Merced River Yosemite Valley, 1866, Albert Bierstadt. Judith Reynolds will be discussing paintings by Bierstadt, Thomas Moran and others as part of the summer lecture series, “Imagining the West,” to be held at 1:30 p.m. June 24 at Fort Lewis College’s Center of Southwest Studies.
Monument Valley, 1958, Ansel Adams. Judith Reynolds will be discussing photographs by Adams, Carlelton Watkins and others as part of the summer lecture series, “Imagining the West,” to be held at 1:30 p.m. June 24 at Fort Lewis College’s Center of Southwest Studies.
“Imagining the West” lecture series schedule

June 24: Judith Reynolds will speak about how frontier photographers and painters before Ansel Adams were influenced by the conventions of 19th-century Romanticism. She will illustrate the talk with contemporary images to identify changes over time.
July 8: Linda Mack, former FLC music professor, will present “Music About the West: Broadway Musicals, Popular Culture and the Concert Hall.”
July 29: Michele Malach, FLC associate professor, will reel out “The Fall Will Probably Kill You: The Myths of the West in Film.”
August 5: Ann Butler, author and reporter for The Durango Herald, will present “Bury My Heart at Boot Hill: Death in the Southwest.”
August 19: Syl Allred, a retired professor of biology from Arizona, will speak about “Blackjacks and Yellowbellies: Walking in Western Ponderosa Pine Forests.”
The Center’s main exhibition is “RARE II: Imperiled Plants of Colorado.”

Summer lecture series is picture-perfect

The Tetons and Snake River, 1942, Ansel Adams. Judith Reynolds will be discussing photographs by Adams, Carlelton Watkins and others as part of the summer lecture series, “Imagining the West,” to be held at 1:30 p.m. June 24 at Fort Lewis College’s Center of Southwest Studies.
Merced River Yosemite Valley, 1866, Albert Bierstadt. Judith Reynolds will be discussing paintings by Bierstadt, Thomas Moran and others as part of the summer lecture series, “Imagining the West,” to be held at 1:30 p.m. June 24 at Fort Lewis College’s Center of Southwest Studies.
Monument Valley, 1958, Ansel Adams. Judith Reynolds will be discussing photographs by Adams, Carlelton Watkins and others as part of the summer lecture series, “Imagining the West,” to be held at 1:30 p.m. June 24 at Fort Lewis College’s Center of Southwest Studies.
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