Guests at Opening of Beyond Brown Paper Oct. 15

October 9th, 2008 by Adam

Beyond Brown Paper,a photographic exhibition with historical and sociological content and an interactive component, opens at the Silver Center for the Arts October 15. A gallery reception will be held from 4–6 p.m.

Beyond Brown Paper excerpts photographs from a larger virtual exhibition and interactive Web site displayed at The Brown Company Photographic Collection, including thousands of negatives and prints, documents much of the history of the Brown Company of Berlin, N.H.

Featured guests at the opening will include Barry Kelly from White Mountain Lumber Company, Inc., and Jim Wagner of the Northern Forest Heritage Park. Both were associated with the Brown Company and will share comments and answer questions.

For information contact the Karl Drerup Art Gallery at (603) 535-2614.

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