The Denison Museum and the Black Studies Program present an exhibit of photographs from the 1960s by Rowland Scherman.

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The Denison Museum and the Black Studies Program present an exhibit of photographs from the 1960s by Rowland Scherman. As a freelance photographer, Scherman’s work captures cultural and political events of the 1960s including The March on Washington, the 1963 Newport Music Festival and the Bobby Kennedy campaign. His photographs have appeared in many magazines, including Life, Look, National Geographic, Time, Paris Match, and Playboy.

(Photo above credited to Rowland Scherman)

The exhibit runs from September 5 until October 14. The museum is open Monday through Friday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.


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