ken-thompsonWednesday, February 10 

Photographer Ken Thompson had a first-hand view of some of the most significant civil-rights struggles of the 1960s. The exhibit Dissent in 1960s America, which opened in late January at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, in Brunswick, collects candid and compelling images Thompson took at protests in Washington, D.C. and the South, in post-riot Watts, on the Cheyenne Indian reservation and the industrial agricultural fields of California. Continues through April 3; open today 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 725-3275. bowdoin.edu.