Digi Know?

This image of a man along with an enlarged view of his eyes shows the minute detail that digital processing can enable with a daguerreotype, a photographic process that predated film and utilized a silver plate. The daguerreotype imagery is part of the Digi Know? exhibit.

Digi Know?

On exhibit through February 28, 2023

The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale presents Digi Know?, an exhibit showcasing historic photos, how the museum preserves its images digitally, and ways visitors can do the same. The exhibit includes interactive digital photo exhibits, wall displays, and a copystand for visitors to practice digitization with their electronic devices.

This image of a man along with an enlarged view of his eyes shows the minute detail that digital processing can enable with a daguerreotype, a photographic process that predated film and utilized a silver plate. The daguerreotype imagery is part of the Digi Know? exhibit.

Digi Know?

On exhibit through February 28, 2023

The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale presents Digi Know?, an exhibit showcasing historic photos, how the museum preserves its images digitally, and ways visitors can do the same. The exhibit includes interactive digital photo exhibits, wall displays, and a copystand for visitors to practice digitization with their electronic devices.

Ken Smith’s Buffalo River Country

Ken Smith’s Leica camera sits atop his book, The Buffalo River Country, which was first published by The Ozark Society in 1967.

Ken Smith’s Buffalo River Country

On exhibit through December 31, 2022

Ken Smith’s Buffalo River Country is a photo exhibit showcasing the beauty of the Buffalo National River and those who advocated for its preservation. The exhibit takes place on the fiftieth anniversary of the Buffalo’s national river designation and includes 24 photos, 22 of which were by Ken Smith’s 1965 exploration of the Buffalo River watershed, as well as his personal items.

Ken Smith’s Leica camera sits atop his book, The Buffalo River Country, which was first published by The Ozark Society in 1967.

Ken Smith’s Buffalo River Country

On exhibit through December 31, 2022

Ken Smith’s Buffalo River Country is a photo exhibit showcasing the beauty of the Buffalo National River and those who advocated for its preservation. The exhibit takes place on the fiftieth anniversary of the Buffalo’s national river designation and includes 24 photos, 22 of which were by Ken Smith’s 1965 exploration of the Buffalo River watershed, as well as his personal items.