Ansel Adams Artists’ Workshops: Step Outside the Studio at White Clay Creek State Park
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Showings
Description

To join in the adventurous spirit of a photography exhibit of Ansel Adams’ works at the Biggs Museum of American Art, the museum and White Clay Creek State Park have collaborated to host one in a series of artist walks in parks throughout the state. The walk at White Clay Creek will be co-led by a park guide, who will provide information about each site, and professional iPhone photographer and instructor Karen Klinedinst, who will offer instruction on creating photographs outdoors. Participants must pre-register for the walks and can do so through the Biggs’ website or by calling 302-674-211 ext. 110.

The walk will be 3 miles long.

This event is one of three hikes to celebrate our Ansel Adams exhibit. Please check our event listings or calendar for the dates of the additional hikes.

Please Note: additional park fees due to park upon arrival ($4 per day for DE tags, $8 per day for out-of-state vehicles, annual passes available and accepted)