Dutton’s Atlas Project Featured on KJZZ Radio

Published Dec. 15, 2022

An oblique angled photograph of Panorama of Point Sublime Looking West. Prominent ridges, cliffs, and slopes of the Grand Canyon are variably orange and tan. Sitting on the ledge of the overlook, An artist sits sketching while a surveyor glances from behind. Agave plants and large oak trees are visible on the left side of the cliff's edge.

The Dutton’s Atlas project was recently featured on KJZZ’s The Show radio program. KJZZ is the local National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate station for the greater Phoenix region. 

Listen to project director Matthew Toro speak with The Show’s host, Mark Brodie, about the Dutton’s Atlas project: “In 1882, this book explored the Grand Canyon's geology for the first time” (November 21, 2022). 

Be sure to visit the Dutton’s Atlas website to explore all aspects of the project, including the interactive 3D virtual exhibit space, which includes iconic Grand Canyon art, georeferenced geologic and topographic maps, and models of the region. 

An oblique view of the 3D Dutton’s Atlas exhibit. Art shown from left to right: Geologic Map of the Mesozoic Terraces, portraits of Clarence Dutton and William Henry Holmes, Land of Standing Rocks, a Gable with Pinnacles, Geologic Map of the Grand Canyon District, Lava Falls at Inner Gorge, Looking up the Toroweap from Vulcan’s Throne, Views of the Marble Canyon Platform from the Eastern Brink of the Kaibab, a 3D printed painting of the Grand Canyon, and a map of Powell’s Plateau.