D. Hill, adjunct professor of photography, showcased an eight minute video performance on racism against Black people titled “Remove the Noose by All Means Necessary,” followed by a question-and-answer session Saturday, hosted by Muzeo held via Zoom.
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The photography department brought students and faculty together over Zoom for its ongoing “Artist Conversations” series Dec. 3, showcasing photographer Sant Khalsa.
D. Hill, adjunct professor of photography, discusses a still image from his documentary film “Walking Up in New Skin,” which depicts Hill’s transition through fine art, Nov. 20.
Photographer Aaron Giesel talks about one of his photographs as part of the Carlson Gallery online lecture series held via Zoom on Oct. 29.
Gina Osterloh, a photographer and performance artist from Ohio, shared her experiences as a professional artist with a group of 54 University of La Verne students via Zoom on Thursday.
William Camargo, photographer and arts educator, joined the University of La Verne’s photography department in a Zoom session May 14 to showcase his performative activism photography.
The photography department held online discussions as part of the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography Visiting Artist Series, welcoming Chilean photojournalist Constaza Hevia H. and Chisenhale Gallery director and curator Zoe Whitley.
Guest artist William Camargo shares his photographic practice with the Professional Practice photography class and the University of La Verne community during a virtual artist talk Thursday.
At a point in time when inspiration and motivation are in high demand, Shannon Benine, associate professor of photography’s expertise in inspiring and telling stories through imagery during times of crisis is, well, inspirational.
Before winding up at the University of La Verne as an adjunct professor of photography, Andrew Thompson performed in front of crowds as a wrestler donning different stage-names and costumes and created professional pillow-fight tournaments in New York.