Agrarian Art and Purpose of Existence: Old World Master Woodcuts to McGregor-Clement Calendars
October 19 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
This program presents a series of exemplary works in fine art and photography that stir attention to the awareness of the vital relationship between agriculture and farmers wellbeing. The works include harvest images from the magnificent collection of National Photography Hall of Fame recipient John Clement commissioned by The McGregor Company and rare woodcuts and engravings dating back to the 16th century
Dr. Richard Scheuerman is professor emeritus of graduate studies at Seattle Pacific University and award-winning author of several books from WSU Press including Harvest Heritage, Hardship to Homeland, River Song, and Finding Chief Kamiakin. His book on Northwest agrarian art, Harvest Hands, will be published by WSU in 2024. He lives in Richland, Washington.