12 November 2013

Photography and the American Civil War

Charleston, S.C.
I was pleased to get a last minute invitation to the Art of Healing lecture at the Gibbes Museum this evening. The current show is Photography and the American Civil War.  Cardiologist Dr. Jeb Hallet led the talk and the panel included Dr. Walter Edgar and a current combat surgeon. It was fascinating. 

There is another talk on Thursday with Lieutenant Governor Glenn McConnell and the photography show continues and is well worth a visit. I got to town a little early and it was fitting to take this evening's photo of the battery where the war began. I was a good girl and didn't take any pictures during the talk.

Photography and the American Civil War
Tuesday, November 12, 6pm

  • A conversation with combat surgeon Dr. Darrin Clouse (Colonel, United States Air Force and Professor of Surgery, Univ California, Davis) and South Carolina historian Dr. Walter Edgar, moderated by Dr. Jeb Hallett, Roper St. Francis surgeon. Panelist will explore the connection between art and healing as it relates to the impact of war captured through the camera's lens.


William Kendall said...

That's the kind of lecture that would fascinate me. I've got a personal interest in the war.

Scott Grigg said...

Love that photo of the park at sunset.

Jack said...

What a good photo of your palms against the sunset!

Charlestonjoan said...

William, you would have enjoyed it then, and you would love Charleston.

Charlestonjoan said...

Thanks Scott!

Charlestonjoan said...

Thanks Jack!