SJIMA Events Opening on Earth Day

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.

Posted on April 11, 2016 at 5:44 am by

Categories: Arts, Environment

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