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Thursday, February 1, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery
As the George Eastman Museum approaches and celebrates its 75th anniversary, we are featuring a group of exhibitions that highlight a wide range of holdings from the museum’s collection. With this selection of objects in the Collection Gallery, we continue our broad survey of works to draw parallels and connections between photography, history, and culture. The objects chosen for this exhibition will chart a course through this history, identifying notable movements and trends while giving context to a breadth of photographic practices, technologies, communities, and traditions.
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Thursday, February 1, 2024, All Day

A Bouquet of Stencil-Colored Films

Multipurpose Hall
This program of four films, screening on a loop during museum hours, feature the early technique of adding color dyes to film known as stencil-color. Stencil-coloring displays the ingenuity that early filmmakers showed in creating a method to add a palette of colors to enhance the spectacle of early movies.
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Thursday, February 1, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery

This rotation in the Collection Gallery ranges from the Crimean War (1853–56) to the War in Afghanistan (2001–21). The works challenge us to think critically about how photography documents and disseminates information about war, and how photographers’ approaches to recording war has shifted over time.

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Thursday, February 1, 2024, 6 p.m.
Friday, February 2, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery
As the George Eastman Museum approaches and celebrates its 75th anniversary, we are featuring a group of exhibitions that highlight a wide range of holdings from the museum’s collection. With this selection of objects in the Collection Gallery, we continue our broad survey of works to draw parallels and connections between photography, history, and culture. The objects chosen for this exhibition will chart a course through this history, identifying notable movements and trends while giving context to a breadth of photographic practices, technologies, communities, and traditions.
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Friday, February 2, 2024, All Day
Friday, February 2, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery

This rotation in the Collection Gallery ranges from the Crimean War (1853–56) to the War in Afghanistan (2001–21). The works challenge us to think critically about how photography documents and disseminates information about war, and how photographers’ approaches to recording war has shifted over time.

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Friday, February 2, 2024, All Day

A Bouquet of Stencil-Colored Films

Multipurpose Hall
This program of four films, screening on a loop during museum hours, feature the early technique of adding color dyes to film known as stencil-color. Stencil-coloring displays the ingenuity that early filmmakers showed in creating a method to add a palette of colors to enhance the spectacle of early movies.
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Saturday, February 3, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery
As the George Eastman Museum approaches and celebrates its 75th anniversary, we are featuring a group of exhibitions that highlight a wide range of holdings from the museum’s collection. With this selection of objects in the Collection Gallery, we continue our broad survey of works to draw parallels and connections between photography, history, and culture. The objects chosen for this exhibition will chart a course through this history, identifying notable movements and trends while giving context to a breadth of photographic practices, technologies, communities, and traditions.
Read More
Saturday, February 3, 2024, All Day

A Bouquet of Stencil-Colored Films

Multipurpose Hall
This program of four films, screening on a loop during museum hours, feature the early technique of adding color dyes to film known as stencil-color. Stencil-coloring displays the ingenuity that early filmmakers showed in creating a method to add a palette of colors to enhance the spectacle of early movies.
Read More
Saturday, February 3, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery

This rotation in the Collection Gallery ranges from the Crimean War (1853–56) to the War in Afghanistan (2001–21). The works challenge us to think critically about how photography documents and disseminates information about war, and how photographers’ approaches to recording war has shifted over time.

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Sunday, February 4, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery
As the George Eastman Museum approaches and celebrates its 75th anniversary, we are featuring a group of exhibitions that highlight a wide range of holdings from the museum’s collection. With this selection of objects in the Collection Gallery, we continue our broad survey of works to draw parallels and connections between photography, history, and culture. The objects chosen for this exhibition will chart a course through this history, identifying notable movements and trends while giving context to a breadth of photographic practices, technologies, communities, and traditions.
Read More
Sunday, February 4, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery

This rotation in the Collection Gallery ranges from the Crimean War (1853–56) to the War in Afghanistan (2001–21). The works challenge us to think critically about how photography documents and disseminates information about war, and how photographers’ approaches to recording war has shifted over time.

Read More
Sunday, February 4, 2024, All Day

A Bouquet of Stencil-Colored Films

Multipurpose Hall
This program of four films, screening on a loop during museum hours, feature the early technique of adding color dyes to film known as stencil-color. Stencil-coloring displays the ingenuity that early filmmakers showed in creating a method to add a palette of colors to enhance the spectacle of early movies.
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Sunday, February 4, 2024, 3 p.m.
Monday, February 5, 2024, All Day

A Bouquet of Stencil-Colored Films

Multipurpose Hall
This program of four films, screening on a loop during museum hours, feature the early technique of adding color dyes to film known as stencil-color. Stencil-coloring displays the ingenuity that early filmmakers showed in creating a method to add a palette of colors to enhance the spectacle of early movies.
Read More
Monday, February 5, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery

This rotation in the Collection Gallery ranges from the Crimean War (1853–56) to the War in Afghanistan (2001–21). The works challenge us to think critically about how photography documents and disseminates information about war, and how photographers’ approaches to recording war has shifted over time.

Read More
Tuesday, February 6, 2024, All Day

A Bouquet of Stencil-Colored Films

Multipurpose Hall
This program of four films, screening on a loop during museum hours, feature the early technique of adding color dyes to film known as stencil-color. Stencil-coloring displays the ingenuity that early filmmakers showed in creating a method to add a palette of colors to enhance the spectacle of early movies.
Read More
Tuesday, February 6, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery
As the George Eastman Museum approaches and celebrates its 75th anniversary, we are featuring a group of exhibitions that highlight a wide range of holdings from the museum’s collection. With this selection of objects in the Collection Gallery, we continue our broad survey of works to draw parallels and connections between photography, history, and culture. The objects chosen for this exhibition will chart a course through this history, identifying notable movements and trends while giving context to a breadth of photographic practices, technologies, communities, and traditions.
Read More
Tuesday, February 6, 2024, All Day

Selections from the Collection

Collection Gallery

This rotation in the Collection Gallery ranges from the Crimean War (1853–56) to the War in Afghanistan (2001–21). The works challenge us to think critically about how photography documents and disseminates information about war, and how photographers’ approaches to recording war has shifted over time.

Read More