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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Friday To-Do: 'Chasing the Light' Opening

Posted on Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 3:56 PM

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'CHASING THE LIGHT' OPENING
5 p.m. Historic Arkansas Museum.


Times readers are no doubt familiar with the work of Brian Chilson, who has spent many years busting his hump all over the state to bring us all incredible photographs of the people, places and events that comprise the story of Arkansas.

He's not only one of the best photographers around, with a keen eye and a masterful talent behind the lens, he's also one of the hardest-working people I've ever met. Ask any of the folks who work in our office and they'll tell you. The man works pretty much every single day, getting up at ungodly hours to trek across the state (or the entire country, on occasion) or racing from one appointment to the next, stopping off in between to capture some crazy event or another. And for all of the compelling photos that have made it into the pages of this publication, there are a multitude that haven't.

Here's your chance to see some of Chilson's best work from 2003-2013.

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