From November 13, 2013 through December 17, 2013 at George Eastman House.
This popular holiday tradition returns for its 18th season. This presentation of dozens of cleverly designed and decorated gingerbread creations will be on view throughout the museum.
From October 26, 2013 through January 12, 2014 at George Eastman House.
The History of Space Photography showcases a variety of astronomical photographs that have been created since the development of the photography in the early 19th century, and will feature a number of the most important scientific photographs ever created.
From October 26, 2013 through January 12, 2014 in the Brackett–Clark Gallery.
Astro-Visions features nineteenth-century illustrations, twentieth-century film stills, and contemporary photographs to demonstrate how scientists, filmmakers, and artists have expressed their visions of outer space.
From November 2, 2013 through January 12, 2014 in the Brackett–Clark Annex.
A celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of Twentieth Century-Fox’s groundbreaking CinemaScope process, the widescreen technology that radically changed the popular film-viewing experience from the 1950s onward. Explore the history, technology, and promotion of CinemaScope through a range of original artifacts and interactive activities.
From November 14, 2013 through February 23, 2014 in the Entrance Gallery.
Rebecca Baron and Douglas Goodwin's contemporary art installation explores the transformation and distortion of images—and ultimately the creation of new ones—within the digital realm. The work consists of mpeg4 files derived from 16mm and 35mm films, including Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid's Meshes of the Afternoon (1943), John Ford's The Searchers (1956), and Victor Fleming's The Wizard of Oz (1939).
From May 5, 2005 through December 31, 2014 in the North Gallery.
"All the things the public most wants to see from the technology collection," that’s how Technology Curator Todd Gustavson describes the exhibition in the North Gallery. The display includes a variety of photographic highlights from camera obscuras through digital imaging designed to show the evolution of photography as well as its revolutions.
From September 21, 2013 through December 31, 2014 in the Corridor Gallery.
Celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Kodak camera. Introduced in June 1888, the Kodak is considered to be one of the most important cameras in the history of photography.