Major League / Minor League: America’S Baseball Stadiums By Jim Dow

One photographer’s look at the sites of a great North American pastime, celebrating the ballparks’ endearing individuality and architectural beauty.

Organized by the Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and the Smithsonian Institution Travelling Exhibition Services (SITES). Sponsored by Preferred Service Customs Brokers, Cambie Cycles, Sierra Systems Consultants Inc., Michael Fellman, Chris Green (PACNORAD), Medical Services Association, Lignum Ltd. and Ian Dixon and family in Vancouver.

Thanks also to the Vancouver Canadians, Nat Bailey Stadium, White Spot Restaurants in North Vancouver and W.P. Kinsella.


May 17, 2pm, Artist Talk by Jim Dow and literary reading by W.P. Kinsella, followed by a reception.

Jim Dow, Bruce Hurst, Wall Painting, McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, RI, colour photograph, 1987
Jim Dow, Bruce Hurst, Wall Painting, McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, RI, colour photograph, 1987
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