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Exhibit on View: August 25 - October 13, 2023
Walking through Wonder: Photographs of Antelope Canyon by Richard Block
Artist Talk and Reception with Rich Block
Wednesday, September 6, 2023 at 5:00PM
231 Forest Street
on the campus of Babson College in Hollister Hall
FREE. Registration is encouraged and events are open to the public. Walk-ins welcome.
Antelope Canyon, located in Navajo Territory in Page, Arizona, has been shaped by millions of years of erosion from flash floods and was named for the herds of pronghorn antelope that once roamed the area. Discovered relatively recently in the early 1900s, it has become one of the most photographed destinations in the Southwest, in part due to pictures appearing as Windows 7 desktop wallpaper. Richard Block describes himself as an amateur photographer who loves the artistic designs, patterns, and colors found in nature. This first exhibition of his work showcases Richard’s photographic series of the Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons from his visit to the area in May 2022, sharing a surreal walk through a natural wonder that many will never see in person.
Richard Block is an Assistant Professor of Practice in the Accounting and Law Division at Babson. He started teaching at Babson in 2006 in the graduate school and since 2017 has been teaching Managerial Accounting in the undergraduate school. He is also the faculty advisor to the Students Against Gravity improv troupe, Women’s Rugby Club, Women’s Volleyball team, and the Babson Car Club.