Do you love photography and beautiful books?
If so, please come to the Highline Heritage Museum on Saturday afternoon, July 27 to enjoy a spotlight on one of our opening exhibitions featuring the work of Normandy Park resident, Michelle Dunn Marsh. She will be on hand to tell stories and answer questions about her career in publishing and art photography.
Space is limited.
WHAT: Michelle Dunn MarshÂ presentsÂ Seeing Being Seen
WHEN: Saturday, July 27, 2-4 p.m.
WHERE: Highline Heritage Museum, 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien (map below)
COST: Museum Admission Required. Members are Free!
RSVP: Please register by email – [email protected]
“Michelle Dunn Marsh is the founder of Minor Matters Books (www.minormattersbooks.com), and Chief StrategistÂ at Photographic Center Northwest (www.pcnw.org).Â
Over the last twenty years she has connected audiences with practitioners of contemporary art, particularly photography, through publications and public programming.
She studied literature and art history at Bard College, and completed an MS in Publishing from Pace University. She has lectured at Parsons/The New School, Yale University, The University of Washington, and at various regional and national photography events.”