In this 6-part lecture recorded in 1984, Mary Alinder not only shows Ansel Adams as his family and friends knew him, but also offers rare insights on his work as a photographer.

Mary Street Alinder is the biographer of Ansel Adams and an authority on 20th century photography. From 1979 until his death in 1984, Alinder worked as the chief assistant to Ansel Adams.

To listen to more lectures on Ansel Adams, please contact the Dubois Library.

n.b. Part 4 will be posted on 7/22/09. Please check back soon!

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colias eurydiceDialogue between entomologist Cristina Trecha and photographer Jo Whaley.

Visit the Museum of Photographic Arts today and see Jo Whaley : Theater of Insects. For more information about this exhibition or about the artist, please visit www.mopa.org.


In this 6-part lecture recorded in 1984, Mary Alinder not only shows Ansel Adams as his family and friends knew him, but also offers rare insights on his work as a photographer.

Mary Street Alinder is the biographer of Ansel Adams and an authority on 20th century photography. From 1979 until his death in 1984, Alinder worked as the chief assistant to Ansel Adams.

To listen to more lectures on Ansel Adams, please contact the Dubois Library.

n.b. Part 3 will be posted on 7/01/09. Please check back soon!


In this 6-part lecture recorded in 1984, Mary Alinder not only shows Ansel Adams as his family and friends knew him, but also offers rare insights on his work as a photographer.

Mary Street Alinder is the biographer of Ansel Adams and an authority on 20th century photography. From 1979 until his death in 1984, Alinder worked as the chief assistant to Ansel Adams.

To listen to more lectures on Ansel Adams, please contact the Dubois Library.


In 1991, Lou Stoumen established an endowed gift to be given through MoPA to a photographer whose work related in spirit to his own humanistic style of photography. Listen to 2009 Stoumen Prize Winner Mikhael Subotzky’s acceptance speech.