Looking for a date idea or leisure activity? Visit the Sam Noble Museum to witness the marvelous new exhibit, “Places of Power: Painted Photographs of Sacred Landscapes by Corson Hirschfeld,” which opened on Jan. 6.
The exhibit showcases the late Hirschfeld’s talent of hand-painted photography. His works consist of early, sacred spaces, including archaeological sites, cultural landscapes and petroglyphs from more than 20 different countries.
Hirschfeld’s art will be on display until March 28. Visit the museum to experience his breathtaking pieces, and stay up to date with all things happening at Sam Noble by following them on social media.