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February 2020

New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

February 26
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Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

February 27
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Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

February 28
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Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

February 29
|Recurring Event (See all)
Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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March 2020

New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

March 3
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Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

March 4
|Recurring Event (See all)
Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

March 5
|Recurring Event (See all)
Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

March 6
|Recurring Event (See all)
Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

March 7
|Recurring Event (See all)
Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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New Exhibit – (Dis)Information: American Indians Through the Lens of Roland Reed

March 10
|Recurring Event (See all)
Exhibit closed on Holidays
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, 215 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO, 80903
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Free

The exhibit will include dozens of pictorialist photographs of American Indians taken by Roland Reed in the early twentieth century. Reed saw himself as both an artist and an ethnographer; his images are strikingly beautiful but deeply problematic. Reed constructed romantic scenes that situated American Indians in an imagined past versus contemporary reality. The exhibit will encourage visitors to examine the role “retrospective photography” plays in shaping our understanding of American Indians. To accomplish this goal, the CSPM is honored…

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