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Douglas Society Lecture: Will Wilson

Seats are still AVAILABLE for this lecture, though advance reservations have ceased. If you would like to attend, please arrive before 6:00pm, Thursday, March 28th.

Location: Sharp Auditorium

Payment will be required at the door, prices as follows: Douglas Society Members $5, DAM Member $10, General Public $12, Student w/ID Free.

Will Wilson, an indigenous artist, will discuss how his provocative photographic images challenge Edward S. Curtis's classic portraits of Native Americans frozen in the past. We will explore his documentary style, where the tintype of the early twentieth century collides with moden people to indigenize the photographic exchange. Wilson is not only in dialog with the work of Curtis (who used glass plates rather than tintypes) but with all early photographers in the west, going back to the mid-late 19th century.

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