A great photographic exhibit is currently on display at the UC Riverside/California Museum of Photography in downtown Riverside. The exhibit — Riverside in Pictures — takes a look at the changes in Riverside’s landscape over the past 100+ years via historic and archival photos.
Among the various works used are some black & whites from none other than Ansel Adams himself. In addition, a collection of new photos were taken of various historical places by students from the CMPs “Upward Bound” program to demonstrate the city’s transformation in a “Then & Now” type juxtaposition.
The exhibit runs through January 25, 2004.
The Musuem is located near City Hall on the Main Street Pedestrian Mall in downtown Riverside. Admission is free. The museum’s address and phone are: 3824 Main Street / 909.784.FOTO