A Day With Baldwin Lee
May 5, 2012
The Chrysler Museum welcomes photographer Baldwin Lee for this special day of events to celebrate his exhibition The South in Black and White.
All events Saturday, May 5
(10 a.m.) 4x5 View Camera Demo
Discover how making a photograph is better than taking one. Join Baldwin Lee in our Diamonstein Education Workshop to see how using a large-format camera on a tripod differs from creating images with more portable film and digital cameras.
(2 p.m.) Artist Lecture and Q-and-A
Find out why “looking is harder than it looks” as Baldwin Lee discusses his 40 years of making photographs in this illustrated Saturday Art Forum presentation in our Kaufman Theatre.
Free for Museum Members, college students with current ID, and children 17 and younger, $5 for all others.
(4 p.m.) Public Reception
Meet the artist at a special wine-and-cheese reception in Huber Court. Continue the conversation upstairs in our Frank Photography Galleries as Lee discusses his art with interested guests.
The South in Black and White: Photographs by Baldwin Lee is on view through August 19, 2012. Click here to hear the artist tell the stories behind some of his favorite works in the exhibition.Import to Calendar Share