"Disappearing Mining Landscape of Grant County" and the Clay Festival
In collaboration, the Silver City Arts and Cultural District, the Silver City Museum, and CLAY Festival, are making possible the display of "Disappearing Mining Landscape of Grant County". This exhibit is on display now at the Silver City Museum and continues through Labor Day. If you drop by the Museum you will see Ann McMahon's photographic prints along with Andrew Lindlof's collection of rocks and minerals from three of the nineteen mining districts in Grant County which are close to Silver City. They are the Central Mining District, Boston Hill and Chloride Flats. During CLAY Festival July 22 to July 30 there will be lectures and demonstrations, during the exhibit, relating to Silver City's mining heritage. The details of these activities will be on this News Page in the future, as well as the websites for the CLAY Festival and the Silver City Museum.
Mining Portfolio Moves to Colorado Springs, CO in September
Starting September 14th, 2017 with an opening reception and a lecture, the Western Museum of Mining and Industry will present the portfolio "Disappearing Mining Landscape of Grant County". The images printed for this exhibit will feature most of the nineteen mining districts of Grant County. Also featured will be rock and mineral samples collected by geologist, Andrew Lindlof, who has worked with Ann for a few years. Payment of Ann and Andrew's expenses have been graciously donated by the Town and Country Garden Club of Silver City and the Grant County Rolling Stones Gem and Mineral Society. A second lecture will be given November 9th, 2017. The exibit runs thru December, 2017.