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Atomic Photographers Guild

“Déjà vu and nuclear roulette: The Bulletin’s initial reactions to the Cuban Missile Crisis,” by David A. Wargowski, October 26, 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its nuclear saber-rattling have roused the nuclear war genie, with the word “Armageddon” creeping into general discussion during the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. That 35-day crisis (Oct. 16–Nov. 20, 1962) remains a...

“Rooted Among the Ashes: Hibakujumoku/ The A-Bombed Trees,” Katy McCormick, Wilmington College, Ohio, USA, August 6, 2022

For over a decade Katy McCormick has examined Japan's A-bombed landscapes, portraying the survivor trees or hibakujumoku subjected to the first use of atomic bombs in 1945. Standing in school yards, temple grounds, and city squares, the A-bombed trees are living...

“Transmutations: Visualizing Matter | Materializing Vision,” by Jesse Andrewartha

A multimedia exhibition by filmmaker and photographer Jesse Andrewartha. Through 35mm film, digital video and images that utilize the alternative photographic processes of palladiotype and uranotype, Transmutations reveals the mineral, the people whose lives have been...

Museum London | Trinity3: Screening and Discussion with Mary Kavanagh and Sara Matthews

Presented in partnership between the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario, and Museum London, this event builds from Mary Kavanagh’s work on view now in the exhibition From Remote Stars: Buckminster Fuller, London, Speculative...
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“Cataloguing and Digitizing the Atomic Photographers Guild: the archiving initiative,” by N.A.J. Taylor (Deakin University)

This Humanities Travelling Fellowship will provide necessary funds to catalogue and digitize Del Tredici’s personal archives in Montreal, Canada, and will serve as a pilot project to inform longer-term ambitions to archive the entire collection.

Devour the Land: War and American Landscape Photography since 1970

Special Exhibitions Gallery, Harvard Art Museums Devour the Land shines a light on the unexpected and often hidden consequences of militarism on habitats and well-being in the United States. Featuring approximately 160 photographs across 6 thematic groupings, the...

How do humans make sense of the bomb?

Photography and introduction by Robert Del Tredici. Captions by Robert Del Tredici and Gordon Edwards. | October 7, 2021 Source: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. This glass sphere, 3.2 inches across, is the exact size of the plutonium ball in the Nagasaki bomb....

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists – Donor Stories

David Wargowski, committed member of the Bulletin Community “Together we can make a difference. The Bulletin provides the research and information needed to reduce threats to our existence. It’s the only media outlet devoted to the study of existential threats and...