Have you ever wished you could see an original Ansel Adams print up close, or perhaps an Edward Weston or a Richard Avedon? You can at the Center for Creative Photography. Originally conceived by Ansel Adams, the center now holds more than 90,000 works by more than 2,200 of the world’s best photographers, making it one of the best and largest collections in the world. The center mounts fascinating exhibits year-round and is also a research facility that preserves the photographic archives of more than 240 photographers, including Adams. While the main gallery is open on a regular basis, you must make an appointment to view images from the archives.
Center for Creative Photography
University of Arizona campus, 1030 N. Olive Rd. (east of Park Ave. and Speedway Blvd.)
Our Rating Hours Tues–Fri 9am–4pm; Sat 1–4pm. Closed major holidays Transportation Bus: 1, 4, 5. Streetcar: Olive and Second St. Phone 520/621-7827 Prices Free admission, donations encouraged Web site Center for Creative Photography
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