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Over the course of photography’s relatively short history, certain photographs have become iconic, revealing compassion, love, unrest, controversy, and innovation in fleeting moments. Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother” evoked the desperation of the Great Depression by depicting a mother with her children. Edward Muybridge’s “Horse in Motion” revealed that a galloping horse is at certain moments entirely airborne. Alfred Eisenstaedt’s “V-J Day in Times Square” captured the celebratory end of WWII. This seminar will introduce you to photography’s most iconic images and the stories behind them.
Three sessions. Registration – $125
Margaret Denny received her PhD in art history from the University of Illinois at Chicago and has taught survey courses on the history of photography at colleges and universities across Chicago. She specializes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century women photographers in America and Great Britain.
A selection of shorter materials distributed by the instructor.
There is no required reading for this seminar.
Registration opens at 9 am (CST) on Wednesday, May 19th. Newberry Associates members at the Literati level and above will have access to early registration beginning May 12th at 10am. Learn more about membership benefits and becoming a Newberry Associate.
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We offer a 10% discount to members, seniors, and students.
This seminar is part of the Newberry’s Adult Education Seminars Program. Learn more about registering for a seminar, program policies, or teaching a seminar.