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FREE concert. Honoring the National Park Service centennial, performers and composers affiliated with Eastman School of Music bring new works inspired by the national parks to communities across the country.
Before the screening of Don Juan (1926), Anthony L'Abbate, preservation officer, will give a talk tracing motion picture sound, from the 1890s through 1930. Free admission to the talk; regular Dryden pricing for the film.
In this vacation workshop, participants shoot handmade 4x5″ gelatin dry plate glass negatives in the Adirondacks. This process is similar to that used by famed nineteenth-century Adirondack photographer Seneca Ray Stoddard, who brought attention to this eastern wilderness.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the formation of the National Park Service, the George Eastman Museum presents Photography and America’s National Parks, an exhibition exploring the role of photography in the development of the agency and in shaping our perception and understanding of these landscapes.