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Exhibit opens at Kelso Depot Visitor Center

Photography, poetry on display through April 6

BAKER • A new photography and poetry exhibition is open at Kelso Depot Visitor Center in the Mojave National Preserve through April 6.

“Many Names Have Never Been Spoken Here” began showing Saturday and features the photography of Gabriel Thorburn and the poetry of his father Russell Thorburn — both Mojave National Preserve artists-in-residence.

The art is inspired by seeking the significance of travelers who came before and the forgotten lives of former desert residents.

Prints from the exhibition will be available for purchase at the Park Store at Kelso Depot Visitor Center for the duration of the exhibit.

The Kelso Depot Visitor Center is on Kelbaker Road, 34 miles south of Interstate 15 at Baker. It is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information, call (760) 252-6108.


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