08 Oct James Balog’s ICE Closes Saturday!
November 7 – December 14, 2013
ICE: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers
Reception: Saturday, November 9
MEMBERS ONLY PREVIEW: 4 – 5:30 pm. Gallery Tour with James Balog at 4:45 (This event is at capacity – to be placed on a wait list, call 303-837-1341)
Public reception and book signing: 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Not a Member? Call us or join online!
CONCERNED PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
Presentations and reception with photographers Jason Houston, Bear Guerra, Morgan Heim, and Claudia Lopez
Saturday, November 23, 3 – 6 pm. $8 CPAC members and students with ID/$12 general
At CPAC. Space is limited. RSVP to 303.837.1341 or online.
LECTURE WITH JAMES BALOG. Presented by Colorado ASMP
Monday, November 18th. Doors 6 pm/Event 7 pm
ASMP/CPAC Members $10 Advance. $15 after November 13
At the Denver Post Events Venue Auditorium
Info: asmpcolorado.org. Please do not call CPAC about this event
For three decades, James Balog has been a leader in photographing and interpreting the natural environment. To reveal the impact of climate change, James founded the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS), the most wide-ranging, ground-based, photographic study of glaciers ever conducted. The project is featured in the highly acclaimed documentary, Chasing Ice, which won the award for Excellence in Cinematography at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, as well as dozens of awards at film festivals worldwide.
This exhibition will feature still images and time-lapse video from the Extreme Ice Survey.
James Balog has been honored with many awards, including, in recent years, the Heinz Award, the Missouri School of Journalism’s Honor Medal for Distinguished Service, the Aspen Institute’s Visual Arts & Design Award, and the North American Nature Photography Association’s “Outstanding Photographer of the Year” award. He recently received an Honorary Doctor of Science Degree from the University of Alberta and the American Geophysical Union Presidential Citation for Science and Society.
ICE: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers was published by Rizzoli in 2012.
National Geographic profile of ICE with James Balog here