Robert Glenn Ketchum
Date: October 13, 2005 Location: Hoffman Gallery
Art and Environmental Awareness
Thursday, October 13, 3:30 p.m.
Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art
Robert Glenn Ketchum’s photography captures a vast watershed that drains from the summits and uplands of the Alaska and Aleutian mountain ranges, west to Bristol Bay and the Bering Sea. The area is home to three national wildlife refuges and two national parks; it is also the most productive salmon fishery in the history of the world. Ketchum’s photographs have been published in two Aperture books, Rivers of Life: Southwest Alaska, The Last Great Salmon Fishery and Wood-Tikchik: Alaska’s Largest State Park. Ketchum’s photographs are featured in the Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art from September 8-October 16, along with the artwork of Ryan Burns entitled Bio-discourse,.
For additional information, please visit:
Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art Fall 2005 Exhibitions
This event is part of the
8th Annual Environmental Studies Symposium
Monday, October 10 -Friday, October 14, 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Templeton Student Center and Agnes Flanagan Chapel
The goal of this symposium is to create an interactive forum for some of the crucial environmental issues of our time where the participating students, faculty, and visitors, coming from a variety of perspectives, can mingle, share ideas, and learn from each other. Each session will end with a question-and-answer period.
For further information, consult http://www.lclark. edu/dept/esm.
Symposium events are free and open to the general public.
Parking is free after 7 p.m.. There is a $3 parking fee for afternoon sessions.
No advance tickets are necessary.