A free public program of the Slater Memorial Museum. Join us for an intimate and enlightening discussion of the emergence and evolution of 19th-century travel photography.
Led by Professor Emeritus Lee Fontanella, we will explore this fascinating topic, focusing on images from the Slater family’s ’round the world journey of 1894/95. Discover how you can build skills in looking critically at photographs, and learn about the clues that can help you gain insight into your own historical photos.
To be held in the Slater Atrium, Mezzanine Level. Please call (860) 425-5563 for more information.