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Ansel Adams Photo Exhibit at UNLV
Ansel Adams Photo Exhibit at UNLV

AIR DATE: January 10, 2011

Famed photographer and environmentalist Ansel Adams' work is often credited as establishing photography as an art form. This month, the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum brings a collection of 30 Adams' photos to Las Vegas. Photographer Jeff Mitchum studied under Ansel Adams himself. Mitchum joins us to talk about exhibit as well as the life and work of Ansel Adams.

Jeff Mitchum, photographer
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    Fantastic to see the bridge of the past and into the future. Influencing lives today as if Ansel is amongst us. Great program, Jim
    Jim WallaceJan 26, 2011 17:33:12 PM
    Thanks KNPR for bringing Mr Mitchum to the radio. My family loved each word and seeing Ansel in a new light!
    Kelly ArakawahJan 10, 2011 22:03:29 PM
    What an enjoyable interview. Refreshing! Wow, on his photography to. Give your listeners more of this. Thanks KNPR, Steve
    Stevens JohnJan 8, 2011 22:25:35 PM
    Lovely and charming! Ansel has done so much for all.
    HeidiJan 8, 2011 22:27:48 PM
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