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The Littleton Museum offers many educational, musical, and historical activities throughout the year, as well as fine arts board and museum board meetings, special guest lectures and the wildly popular Friends' Craft Fair in October.

More than a Picture – A Modern Take on Early Photographic Processes

Month of Photography Denver - Artist Lecture/Demo

  • Date: 03/12/2021 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.  
  • Location: Littleton Museum
    6028 S. Gallup Street
    Littleton, Colorado 80120
  • Introduction: Join us for a Facebook Live event with photographer Jacqueline Webster for Month of Photography Denver.

Visit on March 12th at 4 pm for a livestream event for Month of Photography Denver. Nineteenth-century photographic processes, once relegated to museums and history reenacts, have seen a resurgence in popularity over the past two decades. Photographer Jacqueline Webster will discuss how these historic technologies shifted to 21st century art technique, how she uses them in her own work, and demonstrate her modern technique for recreating the 19th century salted paper print.

Jacqueline Webster is an artist and arts educator whose main focus is emphasizing the materiality of photographs.  By employing photographic processes developed in the 19th century, she creates handmade objects using subjects and materials that people interact with in their everyday lives, connecting them to the physical experience of photographs.

Named one of Colorado’s Top 100 Creatives by Westword in 2017, Jacqueline has work in private and public collections, including the permanent collection of Oklahoma City Community College.  A former faculty member at Art Students League of Denver, she currently teaches custom workshops and tutorials to students of all ages and abilities.

Located in Golden, Colorado, Jacqueline has been making photographic works for more than 25 years. A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, she has studied alternative and historic photographic processes at the George Eastman Museum, as well as the Scully and Osterman Studio in Rochester, New York.













Photo Credit: Jacqueline Webster, Three Pears, Two Plums.


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