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30 Minutes- Tucson Rocks with Baron Wolman Part 1
Tucson Rocks with Baron Wolman (27:31)2011-09-11 Amanda Shauger
30 Minutes- Tucson Rocks with Baron Wolman Part 1 Baron Wolman in front of his photo of Jimi Hendrix
Photojournalist Baron Wolman describes his work documenting counterculture in the 1960s. 30 Minutes features remarks made at the Tucson Museum of Art in conjunction with Tucson Rocks- a city wide celebration of the art of rock and roll. Rolling Stone Magazine's first photographer Baron Wolman spoke about his work in the 60s shooting some of rock's iconic images. His work is currently in an exhibit entitled Rockin' the Desert at Etherton Gallery from now until November 12th. Wolman's work will also be featured at the Tucson Museum of Art beginning October 22nd when they host Who Shot Rock & Roll- A Photographic View, 1955 to Present.

Tucson Museum of Art executive director Robert Knight described the inception of Tucson Rocks which includes participation from more than 20 arts organizations. Etherton Gallery owner Terry Etherton introduced Baron Wolman.