Thursday, May 15, 2014

Annie Leibovitz’s 'Pilgrimage' Through American History

I am currently doing many things right now, and one of them is writing for a journalism scholarship for school. My first article has been printed in their paper, which is distributed to ten campuses statewide, including Chicago. 

The article was a write up about the Annie Leibovitz exhibit currently here in Springfield, IL at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum

Pilgrimage Sign, Taken by Rachel Douglas, Springfield, IL, 2014

It comes in three flavors, Original Print version, and Spicy Digital format of the print version, and the Bite-sized Facebook Post via the RMU Eagle News Fb page. 

And look at this! I've conveniently aggregated the links to all of them for you. 
(print version only available in person while supplies last)
(Facebook version includes pictures of the exhibit and pictures of pieces from the presskit)

Exhibit with Visitors, Taken by Rachel Douglas, Springfield, IL, 2014

Exhibit, Taken by Rachel Douglas, Springfield, IL, 2014

The “Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage” exhibit premiered on February 8, 2014, and runs through August 31. The exhibit offers more than 70 photographs from the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s collection.

If you have a chance pop into the Abraham Lincoln Museum and check it out!

Big thanks to everyone I spoke with that helped me out on this article, including Gabe House for helpful peer review, Rachel Douglas for dragging her always-chipper ass out to snap some photos, and Crystal Saint for pointing me in some good directions. 

As always there is more to come...

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