Mary Street Alinder personally knew many of the Group f.64. She also was the chief assistant to Ansel Adams the last five years of his life, completing his 1985 New York Times bestseller Ansel Adams: An Autobiography, following his death in 1984. In this personalized program, Alinder will provide an insider’s look at Group f.64, as together these photographers waged their crusade for the relevancy of photography as a true art form —and won!
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Visit our exhibition featuring Women of the Plateau tribes!
The art of the indigenous cultures of the Columbia River Plateau region reflects traditional lifeways borne of an ancient and interdependent relationship with the natural world. Women of the Plateau tribes are keepers of culture, creating traditional art forms using time-perfected techniques passed on over generations. Learn more about the Women of the Plateau tribes.
Experience the early 1900s.
Plan a visit to the 1898 Campbell House. This 13,000 square foot historic residence, designed by Kirkland Cutter, provides a firsthand experience of life in Spokane at the turn of the 20th century. Learn about the Campbell household and the changes in business, community life, and technology that faced this family, its servants, and its community, circa 1910.
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