Saturday, January 7
“Oak Leaves, Potatoes, and Kodachrome: The story of color at National Geographic”
Photographer Nathan Benn will discuss his take on the evolution of color photography over the course of his twenty year career with National Geographic. Benn’s book, Kodachrome Memory: American Pictures 1972-1990, is available for sale in the Museum’s shop. A book signing will follow his talk.
Franklyn E. Goucher, an Essex clammer, digging at "Castle" sand flat, 1978. He has dug clams here for 53 years. Photograph by Nathan Benn.
This program is free for CAM members or with Museum admission. Space is limited; reservations required. Reservations can be made by calling 978-283-0455 x10, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or online at Eventbrite.
Offered in conjunction with Kodachrome Memory, on view through February 19.
This program is accessible.