Free Public Lecture



Pueblo Heritage Museum, 201 W B Street, Pueblo, 81003

Event Description

The Pueblo Archaeological and Historical Society welcomes Eve Nagode, a local award-winning artist, presenting a free public lecture on the history of “The Wood Stave Water Pipeline in the Royal Gorge.” Built in the early 1900s along the steep walls of the Royal Gorge, this remarkable feat of construction provided water to Canon City until 1974.

After the Royal Gorge Fire in June 2013, Ms. Nagode asked permission to document the rebuilding and restoration of the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park. The photos were published in the book, “Royal Gorge, Photography by Eve Nagode.” Included are rare night sky photos of the park before power was restored. Since then, Eve has continued to take Royal Gorge photos for billboards, magazines, websites, and other promotional items.

Ms. Nagode earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work is represented in collections at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.



Event Contact

Pueblo Archaeological and Historical Society


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