Dorothy Gartsman, junior photography major, curated the student exhibit titled “Multiple Exposure: Through a Woman’s Eye” in the Ground Floor Gallery in Miller Hall.
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Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, installed the largest piece ever exhibited in the Carlson Gallery of Photography March 29.
Fear of the unknown, violence, and leaving all familiar things behind are themes in the history of the 1915 Armenian Genocide, but Armenian-American photojournalist Scout Tufankijan chose to focus on the present conditions of Armenians around the globe.
Magnum photographer Diana Markosian discusses her work with alumna Helen Arase at the reception for her exhibition “Framing Armenia “ in the Carlson Gallery Tuesday.
“Faith,” a photo from “After Selma” captures the emotion of an original foot soldier who marched again with the new generation 50 years later. The photography series compares the march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 to the recent oppression of black people.
Senior photography major Gabriel De Alba displayed photos of his friends performing skateboarding tricks in the from of bowl skating, grinding and more as a part of an exhibit titled “Momentum” at the Ground Floor Gallery in Miller Hall last week.
Students and faculty members lined up at the Carlson Gallery Tuesday as Visiting Professor of Photography Stacey McCarroll Cutshaw had a gallery talk for the “In the Mood: Photography and the Everyday” exhibit she curated.
Stacey McCarroll Cutshaw, visiting professor of photography, and Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, rearrange thumbnails before installation of photographs for the “In the Mood: Photography and the Everyday” exhibit in the Carlson Gallery.
Approximately 25 students and faculty members joined visiting professor of photography, Stacey McCarroll Cutshaw who presented “Marketing the Family in the Mid-Twentieth Century: Photography of Nell Dorr” as part of the faculty lecture series Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Eleven large, scenic photographs can now be seen in the Carlson gallery, as photographer Eliot Dudik’s exhibit, “Broken Land” premiered Monday.