SJIMA Events Opening on Earth Day

Posted April 11, 2016 at 5:44 am by

Open­ing events on Earth Day week­end in and around Fri­day Harbor

sjima-logo2Land­scape Pho­tog­ra­phy Walk: “See­ing with the Inner Eye”, Dorothy Ker­p­er Mon­nel­ly. In her work, Mon­nel­ly for­ays through the marsh­es to catch the mag­ic of dawn, but also explores coastal land­scapes across the con­ti­nent in all seasons.
Sat­ur­day, April 23, 10 am, loca­tion TBA, Tick­ets: $30 avail­able at SJIMA or online at The class is lim­it­ed in size, so first-come is first-served.

Muse­um Gallery Walk, Ernest H. Brooks II. Ernest H. Brooks II is one of the fore­most under­wa­ter pho­tog­ra­phers and a trail­blaz­er in the devel­op­ment of under­wa­ter pho­to­graph­ic equip­ment and technique.
Sat­ur­day, April 23, 2 pm, SJIMA, Free to tick­et hold­ers and members

Book Sign­ing, Dorothy Ker­p­er Mon­nel­ly Sat., April 23, 3 pm, SJIMA. Her many years liv­ing in the midst of the Mass­a­chu­setts Great Marsh cul­mi­nat­ed in the 2006 pub­li­ca­tion of her crit­i­cal­ly acclaimed book of black and white land­scapes, Between Land and Sea: The Great Marsh (George Braziller Inc., 2007).

Art As A Voice Lec­ture “Ansel Adams: Artist and Con­ser­va­tion­ist” Michael Adams, MD (Ansel Adams’ son) Adams pre-visu­al­ized images, expert­ly craft­ing ele­gant icon­ic land­scapes where he inten­si­fied and puri­fied the expe­ri­ence of nat­ur­al beau­ty, cap­tur­ing the sub­lime mag­nif­i­cence of wilderness.
Sat., April 23, 7:30 pm, Brick­works, Tick­ets: $20 non-mem­bers, $15 mem­bers, $10 stu­dents, Avail­able at SJIMA or online at Remain­ing tick­ets will be avail­able at the door.

The exhi­bi­tion “Frag­ile Waters” (Ansel Adams, Ernest H. Brooks II, and Dorothy Ker­p­er Mon­nel­ly) is fur­ther sup­port­ed by edu­ca­tion­al pro­grams focused on rel­e­vant glob­al as well as Sal­ish Sea issues. The exhi­bi­tion and its relat­ed pro­grams will pro­vide learn­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties for a wide audi­ence of all ages through Labor Day. The exhi­bi­tion opens Sat­ur­day, April 23, Earth Day week­end, and will run through Sep­tem­ber 5, Labor Day, 2016 at the San Juan Islands Muse­um of Art (SJIMA), Fri­day Har­bor, Washington.

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