Facing the Inferno: A Conversation with Photographer Kari Greer
Doors open 5:00PM MST, Program begins 6:00PM MST
The devastating effects of wildfires have captivated the nation. The exhibit, Facing the Inferno: The Wildland photography of Kari Greer, provides a look into the increased fire activity across Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming through 64 powerful images. Join us to hear from photographer Kari Greer as she shares some of the amazing stories behind her work with Museum Administrator Liz Hobson. Facing the Inferno runs until August 7.
Admission to the Facing the Inferno exhibit and the program is free for the public. Museum admission not included.
Kari Greer specializes in wildland fire photography and editorial photojournalism. Her interest in wildland fire photography was sparked during her college years, working on a Forest Service fire crew on the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest in Washington. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including Outside Magazine, National Geographic Adventure, Wildland Firefighter and The New York Times. Kari studied photography at California State University, Sacramento and has been mentored by, and collaborated with numerous well-known photographers.