“Get Outside!” Photo Exhibit in Meyer Hall
Photographic Art by John Rowe—A Grauer School Exhibit
(John Rowe and Stuart Grauer, curators)
When you visit our Grauer campus, please enjoy our special "Get Outside" Meyer Hall exhibit featuring eight alluring images created by photographer, filmmaker, explorer, humanitarian—and Grauer School alumni dad—John Rowe. This exhibit, curated by John Rowe and Stuart Grauer, celebrates The Grauer School campus-wide theme: “Get Outside.”
John Rowe’s transcendent photographic work documenting people, cultures, and nature has been awarded and featured worldwide, including in the 125th Anniversary of National Geographic Photography, the Power of Photography exhibition at the Annenburg Space Museum in Los Angeles, and many prominent museums worldwide. His richly illustrated fine art book "Omo Valley", with foreword by Steve McCurry, was released in Spring 2017.
These “Get Outside” prints are available for purchase by donations to The Grauer Foundation for Education, through the John Rowe Photography website: http://johnrowephoto.com/
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