Environmental photographer Clyde Butcher Gives Hearst Lecture


clyde2Environmental photographer Clyde Butcher spoke to crowds of about 100 at two public events Nov. 1, 2016 at the Biscayne Bay Campus as part of the School of Communication + Journalism’s Hearst Distinguished Lecture Series.

Butcher appeared to unveil a months-long exhibit of his work from Cuba that is in the Hubert Library through Feb. 28, 2017.

The event was co-sponsored by the FIU Libraries, the School of Communication + Journalism, FIU Arts, Sciences and Education, Miami-Dade County, FCE LTER, the FIU Cuban Research Institute, and the Hearst Foundation.

The Hearst Distinguished Lecture Series Committee is comprised of Dr. Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Moses Shumow, Robert Gutsche, Jr., Kate MacMillin, and Neil Reisner.

Featured Image: Clyde Butcher (third from left) and his wife, Niki (in purple hat), spoke to hundreds of students and citizens on Nov. 1, 2016 during two Hearst Foundation lectures at BBC. Also pictured (from left): Jennifer Gebelein (Cuban Research Institute), Evelyn Gaiser (SEAS), Patrick Farrell (Journalism + Media), and Mercedes Vigon (Journalism + Media).

Embedded Image: Patrick Farrell (right), an adjunct photography professor in Journalism + Media, and Evelyn Gaiser of SEAS speak on a panel about Butcher’s work.

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