March 7, 2020
On Saturday, March 7th, I will be reviewing Professional Portfolios at the Society for Photographic Education National Conference, in Houston, TX.
Finding an Audience for Your Work
March 3, 2020
Unless you plan on keeping your images a secret, making the work is just a start. You must find appropriate audiences and venues for your images. This discusson will explore various methods of promoting your work including portfolio reviews, call for entry exhibitions, gallery solicitations, and creating an online presence. Part of the conversation will be an examination of promotional strategies and their effectiveness.
This will be a presentation for the Brentwood Photography Group.
March 7—March 29, 2020
Whether you are from the region itself or have passed through over time, the south has a way of embedding itself into ones memories. From its long history, quirky landmarks and vast changing landscape, the south is deeply rooted in tradition and American culture. While many people think the south wants to remain as it was, the “old south,” I have found that over the last decade the region is beginning to turn over a new leaf. This show is a chance for photographers to give viewers a taste of what the south looks like for them through their lens.
Curated by Mattie Ott and Janet Decker Yanez
Opening reception is March 7th from 6—9pm.
Ground Floor Gallery
942 4th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37210
Call 615-478-1467 for appointment.
March 6 — April 2, 2020
International Group Exhibition
Via N. Odero 13 - 00154
Phone: +39 06.888.17.620
October 5 - November 20, 2018
In celebration of his remarkable 36-year tenure as a professor of art at Washington University, the Des Lee Gallery will present an exhibition of work by Stan Strembicki and 29 alumni from October 5-November 10. Sex, Death, Religion, and Guilt: Photography of Stan Strembicki and Alumni is curated by Susan L. Moore.
Featured alumni include: Karen Boyd, Scott Clinton, Gregory Coan, Camaron Cohen, Courtney Coolidge, Arthur Fields, Sarina Finkelstein, Douglas Gaubatz, Frankie Holt, David Johnson, Nicholas Kahn, Anna Kuperberg, David Leventi, Benjamin Lowy, Esther Murphy, Sara Northerner, Margaret Oppenheimer, Matthew O'Shea, Shannon Randol, Gabrielle Reed, Kathleen Sanker, Richard Selesnick, David Samuel Stern, Christian Storm, Anthony Thompson, T. Ann Tolin, A.C. Towery, Orestes Valdes, and Jon Yamashiro.
The opening reception for the show will take place on Oct. 5, from 5-7p at Des Lee Gallery.
Des Lee Gallery
1627 Washington AVe
St. Louis, MO
May 30 - June 30, 2018
David Lusk Gallery Nashville kicks off the summer with Vestige, a guest-curated photography exhibition. Sam Easley and Jason Owen have selected works showcasing Caroline Alison, Kevin Cooley and Kathleen Robbins, to name a few. Their extensive art collection includes work by Catherine Erb, Kathleen Holder and Jack Spencer.
Vestige showcases photographs that successfully portray evidence of human impact while leaving out specific individuals. Overturned earth at a gravesite, a grass fire, four red cushions and a collection of worn newspapers remind us that people passed through these spaces, leaving traces or altering them so much that they disappear.
516 Hagan St
Nashville, TN 37203
April 2 - May 2, 2018
Artists included in the exhibition are: Andy Mattern, David McClain and Caleb Charland, Diane E. Wilson, Erica Cheung, Faith Wisner, Fikry Botros, Johanna Warwick, Kaitlin Wilson Botts, Kelly Flynn, Kendal McLaughlin, Lake Roberson Newton, Lisa J. Maione, Margaret LeJeune, Marilyn Waligore, O. Gustavo Plascencia, Peter Janecke, Ray Ewing, Shannon Randol, Steffani Frideres, and Tom Turner.
Reception and Juror's talk, by Kristy Peet, on Thursday April 12th at 1:30pm.
College of the Mainland Art Gallery
1200 Amburn Road
Texas City, Texas 77591
Dec. 1, 2017 - Jan. 27, 2018
The Arts Council of Southeast Missouri will be hosting an opening reception for the annual Regional Juried Exhibition on Friday, December 1 from 5 - 9 pm. The show will be displayed until January 27, 2018 and will feature pieces by 27 regional artists. There will be a presentation of awards at 6:00 p.m.
The exhibition was developed to provide a forum to demonstrate the diversity of this five-state region and the artists who live here. Artists were encouraged to submit works that interpreted any aspect of the Southeast Missouri region as well as its bordering states. Accepted artists represent Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, and Arkansas.
Arts Council of Southeast Missouri
16B N. Spanish Street
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
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