4:00 pm – Docent lead tours by Clyde Butcher Gallery staff of the exhibit at the library
6:15 pm – Book Signing with Clyde Butcher at The Capitol Theatre
7:00 pm – Lecture at The Capitol Theatre
8:15 pm – Book Signing with Clyde Butcher at The Capitol Theatre
9:00 pm – Exhibit closes at the libraryTickets are free; however, you will need to reserve your seats in advance. RESERVE YOUR SEAT CLICK HERE Book signing before and after the lecture.
With his century-old camera, Clyde Butcher has been exploring and documenting the Everglades for more than three decades. The result is a stunning collection of large-format black-and-white photographs that capture untouched parts of the nation’s largest subtropical wilderness. Delicate ecosystems, rare botanical specimens, and sweeping landscapes bring the wonder of this mysterious part of our country to light.
America’s Everglades: Through the Lens of Clyde Butcher highlights Butcher’s artistic eye as well as his deep and long-held commitment to conservation. His work challenges us to explore the heritage we share in the natural world and to work together to protect it. Through his photography, Butcher hopes to educate the public by bringing environmental issues to the forefront of public consciousness.