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The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers free access to digital editions of its out-of-print exhibition catalogs. Some of the offerings include books on the photography of Eliot Porter, Roger Fenton, and Paul Strand. https://www.metmuseum.org/art/libraries-and-research-centers/watson- digital-collections/metropolitan-museum-of-art-publications/exhibition-catalogs Claudia Schellenberg showed two works in the Bayside Historical Society’s Winter Art Show.https://www.baysidehistorical.org/virtual-art-galleries Carlos Esguerra is exhibiting works through MayContinue reading “News and Events”

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Mystery Solved! Our last issue featured a photo of Branch Brook Park of unknown origin from a 2017 member outing. Nancy Langer identified the photo as one of hers. The Sierra Club NYC Group is sponsoring its Sustainability Series via Zoom and makes recordings available on the web. See http://nyc.sierraclub.org for more details. Schedule (subjectContinue reading “News and Events”

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News and Events The Sierra Club NYC Group is sponsoring its Sustainability Series via Zoom and makes recordings available on the web. See http://nyc.sierraclub.org for more details. Schedule (subject to change): December 9, 2020: Population and Land Use Impact on the Emergence of Zoonatic Epidemics January 13, 2021: Carbon Free, Nuclear Free: Challenges and SuccessesContinue reading “News & Notes”

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The Audubon Society has published its 2020 Photo Awards, in print and on a beautiful website.https://www.audubon.org/photoawards-entry The California Academy of Sciences’ Big Picture Competition has posted its 2020 winners.https://www.bigpicturecompetition.org The Nature Conservancy cancelled its 2020 photo competition, but 2019 winners are honored at:https://www.nature.org/en-us/magazine/magazine-articles/2019-photo-contest-recap/ The Nature Conservancy, along with the NYC Parks Department, has introduced aContinue reading “News and Notes”