Glen Canyon Photo Exhibit and Brower Award Ceremony

Please join us at the Great Hall of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts for one of the most expansive Glen Canyon photo galleries ever. We’ll be featuring historic photography from Glen Canyon river runners like David Brower, Katie Lee, Phil Pennington, and Tad Nichols, as well as modern photography of the Glen’s restoring side canyons from photographers like James Kay, Elias Butler, and Nick Woolley.

We will be presenting our David R. Brower Conservation Award to former Escalante Ranger and Glen Canyon explorer Bill Wolverton. Bill spent years working to restore the canyons of the Escalante through eradicating invasive Russian Olive trees.

There will also be a screening of the short film “Seldom Seen” celebrating another Brower Award recipient and Glen Canyon legend Ken Sleight. The film was featured at this year’s Telluride Mountain Film Festival.

If you want to take home a piece of Glen Canyon history for yourself, we’ll be auctioning off the photographs at the event. Don’t miss this very special event! This event is FREE and open to the public.

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