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Exhibition talk with Photographer Earl Dotter


Earl Dotter, Brandi Son

Starting with the Appalachian coalfields, Earl Dotter has dedicated his career to photographing the American worker. He will discuss his earliest work as a photographer for the United Mine Workers of America Journal, as well as his trajectory photographing a wide array of dangerous occupations. A moderated discussion will follow with one of his subjects, Brandi Son, whose photographs are on view as part of the exhibit. Be sure to view "Residue: The Early Coal Mining Photographs of Earl Dotter" on view at the Rubenstein Photography Gallery through October 1st. Registration Requested


Exhibit, Free Food and Beverages, Humanities, Lecture/Talk, United States Focus, Visual and Creative Arts