Eugene Richards Lecture

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Eugene Richards Lecture
Friday, September 8 | 6:30-8:30pm
$10 general public | $5 PCNW members | Students FREE with ID and RSVP

Join us for a lecture with master photographer Eugene Richards.

Richards, who has been recognized through nearly every significant award for photography including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Award, National Endowment for the Arts grants, the ICP Infinity Awards, the Leica Medal of Excellence, and the Robert F. Kennedy Lifetime Achievement in Journalism Award, will present a lecture on Thursday, September 8 and conduct a masterclass Saturday, September 10, from 10:00am–3:00pm. This is a rare opportunity to share work and engage in conversation with an icon of documentary photography.

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EUGENE RICHARDS was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1944. He graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in English and went on to study photography with Minor White. Richards helped found a social service organization and a community newspaper, Many Voices. As a freelance magazine photographer, Richards covered such diverse topics as the American family, drug addiction, emergency medicine, pediatric AIDS, aging, and death in America. Richards has published seventeen books thus far, and in 1992 he directed and shot Cocaine True, Cocaine Blue, the first of seven short films he has made; he has published 17 books thus far.
[Image: Eugene Richards, Dustin Hill and Family, Mineral, IL from War is Personal]
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By: Photographic Center Northwest

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