Wednesday, March 9 • 10:30am - 1:00pm
Seattle Public Library Special Collections

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Amongst the many treasures held by The Seattle Public Library's Special Collections are the publications Camera Work and The North American Indian. Join Seattle Public Library Special Collections Librarians and Cornish College of the Arts Librarian and photo history instructor Bridget Nowlin in viewing selections of these pivotal works by Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Curtis published at the beginning of the 20th century. The library is fortunate enough to have sets of both series and is pleased to share them with members of the public.

Located only a half mile from The Westin, this visit will (re)introduce you to these pivotal works that served to bring Modern art to the fore, in the case of Camera Work; and showcased several tribes from across the country, in the case of The North American Indian; both in extraordinary fashion.

Maximum Participants: 20

Fee: $10

Accessibility: Walking, standing, maneuvering city streets; for those who take the bus, boarding accessible buses.

Transportation: Walk (bus optional). Meet your tour wrangler at 10:30 AM in the Westin lobby.

Wednesday March 9, 2016 10:30am - 1:00pm

Attendees (14)