German American Heritage Center Gallery Talk


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Posted Online: Feb. 18, 2013, 2:11 pm
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Press release submitted by German American Heritage Center



Davenport, IA- The German American Heritage Center announces a curator led Gallery Talk for its brand new exhibit Eye of the Beholder: The Photography of Bradley W. Schaupp on Sunday, February 24th at 1 p.m.
Exhibit curator Christine Powers will lead a discussion on the photography of her grandfather, Bradley W. Schaupp and the images he captured over a lifetime. Educated at the famed Fred Archer School of Photography, his works range from portraiture to nature and still life.
This event is free with museum admission, $5 Adults, $4 Seniors, $3 Children and free for members. For more information call 563-322-8844 or email kelly.lao@gahc.org. The German American Heritage Center is located at 712 W 2nd St. Davenport, IA, at the base of the Centennial Bridge.

















 




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