October 15, 2012
Bridget Nowlin and “Collection in Focus: Early Photographic Processes”
: Unknown photographer. Untitled portrait (portrait of family with dog). 1850. Tintype print. Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle. Joseph and Elaine Monsen Photography Collection, 2001.170.. Photo by Image courtesy of the Henry Art Gallery..
Join Cornish Curator of Visual Resources Bridget Nowlin and Seattle photographer Laurel Schultz for an exploration of early photography in the Henry Art Gallery’s collection. Collection in Focus: Early Photographic Processes is a free event on October 18 at 7 pm.
Bridget, who is also Registrar for the Monsen Collection at the Henry, will focus on the scientific and artistic innovation behind each process and some of the key photographers working during the period. Laurel will speak about her current photographic work in which she explores the daguerreotype, wet plate collodion, and albumen processes.
RSVP is requested for the free event; contact Henry Art Gallery here.
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