Public viewing of Laboring Landscapes of Citrus in 3D begins along the trails at the California Citrus State Historic Park on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Please visit!

Created by artist Arnold Martin and curated by the UCR Public History Program, the two larger-than-life-sized viewers are loaded with images from the past that help populate and add another perspective to the view before you, of the groves. They offer a 3D glimpse of the people who put citrus onto the map of California and into homes around the globe.

Laboring Landscapes of Citrus in 3D is presented in conjunction with Migrating the Museum, an installation of four stereoviewers on the pedestrian mall in downtown Riverside (3824 Main Street) that draws upon the archives of UCR’s California Museum of Photography.

Stereoviewer I
Stereoviewer II