Photographer Benjamin Lowy talks with visitors after his November 2011 lecture in the Dryden Theatre. Throughout its 11-year history, the Wish You Were Here Travel Photography Lecture Series has been generously supported by Museum member Dr. Thomas N. Tischer.
Anthony Bannon, the Museum's Ron and Donna Fielding Director, introduces celebrated National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry, who spoke to a sold-out Dryden Theatre audience about his donation to the Museum of the images from the last role of Kodacolor film. The 2011 Wish You Were Here lecture series June event was made possible by Thomas N. Tischer and Kodak.
The Museum's print of Male and Female (Cecil B. DeMille, 1919), which starred Gloria Swanson, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival Cinematheque on November 17.
Charmine Bynoe of Montreal, a 2011-2012 Photographic Preservation and Collections Management student, reviews works from the Museum's collections in the Gannett Foundation Photographic Study Center.
Detail from a poster for A Submarine Pirate (Charles Avery and Syd Chaplin, US 1915), part of an acquisition from Irene Joyce Moore.
David Plowden (American, b. 1932). WAITING ROOM, CHICAGO & EASTERN ILLINOIS RAILROAD DEPOT, PRINCETON, IN., 1966. Gelatin silver print. Gift of David Plowden. © David Plowden. George Eastman House Collections.
A frame from a podcast of a Q&A with former child-actor Peter Ostrum (a.k.a. Charlie) after a November 2011 screening of the 1971 film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory.
Deardorff Camera Company of Chicago, Illinois, produced this 5x10-inch Colorama camera with accessories ca. 1970. Two of these cameras were donated to the Museum in 2011 by Eastman Kodak Company.
Photograph Collection Archivist Joe R. Struble gives a special members-only tour of the Between the States exhibition in March.