Now at Gilcrease: "Pulitzer Prize Photographs"
On this edition of ST, we learn about "Pulitzer Prize Photographs," a moving and far-ranging show on view through July 14th at Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum (and on loan from the Newseum in Washington, DC). Per the Gilcrease wesbite, this exhibtion "brings history to life with the most comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever assembled, with images of every prize-winning entry dating back to 1942, when the award was first presented. In addition to the [exhibit's] 80 photographs, visitors can use interactive touch screens to access more than 1,000 additional images and 15 hours of video and audio compiled from interviews with the prize-winning photographers." Our guest is the Gilcrease Curator of History Mark Dolph, who also tells us about a Circle Cinema film screening happening tonight (Friday the 14th) in connection with this show.