Login

'Troubles And Triumphs'

‘Searching for the Seventies’ sees environment through camera lens

photo.caption|escapejs

An exhibit titled "Searching for the Seventies" might lead viewers to expect images of Woodstock, Vietnam, pot parties and tie-dye.

National Archives, Records of the Environmental Protection Agency “Black youngsters cool off with fire hydrant water on Chicago’s South Side in the Wo...

National Archives, Records of the Environmental Protection Agency “Inexpensive retirement hotels are a hallmark of the South Beach area. A favored pla...

National Archives, Records of the Environmental Protection Agency “Mary Workman holds a jar of undrinkable water that comes from her well, and she has...

National Archives, Records of the Environmental Protection Agency Photographer Gene Daniels shot this image of an auto dump in April 1972 in Escondido...

National Archives, Records of the Environmental Protection Agency “Chemical plants on shore are considered prime source of pollution.” — Photographer ...

FAQ

‘Searching for the Seventies’

WHEN — Sept. 7-Oct. 29

WHERE — Fort Smith Regional Art Museum

COST — Free

INFO — fsram.org

BONUS — A closing reception is set for 7-10 p.m. Oct. 28 as part of RAM’s annual Art Affair. Tickets are $100.

This story is only available from our archives.

Log in to comment