The Woody Guthrie Center will reopen its doors on Labor Day weekend with a special retrospective exhibit from a renowned rock photographer.
Starting September 4, the Center announced it will have timed and ticketed admission as well as increased safety procedures in order to protect the safety of staff and guests from COVID-19. Guests will also be required to wear masks while inside.
The new exhibition, titled “Roots, Rock and Rebels: The Photography of Henry Diltz,” features the work of photographer Henry Diltz, who was known for his images of artists both on stage and behind-the-scenes.
Fore more information and to book tickets, visit the website here.