Category Archives: Photography
HFPA and Brazos Gallery are pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition FOTOTEXAS: People, Places, and Culture, a juried exhibition of photography from the Texas Photographic Society. The exhibition opens today and will be on exhibit in Brazos gallery through Nov. 11. There will be a reception Friday, Oct. 21 from 7-9 p.m. in Brazos Gallery. The guest juror Dan Burkholder will be attending the reception and talking about the work along with officials from the Texas Photographic Society. Please join us Friday evening. Students are welcome as always, refreshments will be provided.
To learn more about the exhibition visit Texas Photographic Society.
Brazos Gallery and the Photography Department would like to invite you to view the Student Photo/Imaging Exhibition that opens todays. This is a juried exhibition of 40 student works. Several prizes were awarded for Best of Show, 1st, 2nd, 3rd places, and 3 honorable mentions.
Please join us on Wednesday May 6th from 12-1 pm for a reception and talk given by the juror of the exhibition Leigh Merrill. We look forward to seeing you there.
Brazos Gallery presents the photography of Anna Lee Wagoner in the exhibition Unrestored: Roots Flying South. The exhibition opens Monday Feb 9th. The reception and artist talk is on Wednesday Feb 11th from 12 – 1p.m. Please come and view this wonderful exhibition of beautiful nostalgic imagery.
Anna Lee Wagoner is a native Texan, born and raised in San Antonio. Her first encounter with a camera was around the age of 13, starting with disposable point-and-shoots. Once in high school, she had her first film camera, an Olympus OM-10, which provided her with a new way to look at the world. She had always been curious, particularly with the relationship of inanimate objects in rural environments. The camera gave her an opportunity to explore these relationships and to build a new visual vocabulary.
Congratulations to Mary Brown, April Davison, David Featherstone, Kristel Friessen and Aaron Mireles, Richland College photography students, who were selected as finalists in the Photographer’s Forum magazine’s 2014 Annual International College Photography Competition. These students’ photos were selected from more than 16,000 photographs submitted by college and university photography students from across the nation, and the selected photos will be featured in an upcoming photographic publication in June. Photographer’s Forum is an award-winning, quarterly publication that strives to facilitate publication experience for emerging professionals. Congratulations also go to Wayne Loucas, photography professor, who requires his Independent Studies students to enter this competition as part of their course experience.
Richland College will present renowned photographer John Sexton at 1 p.m. on Sept. 7 in Fannin Performance Hall at Richland College.
Respected photographer, master printmaker, author and workshop instructor, Sexton’s free lecture at Richland will include examples and anecdotes drawn from his six-year close working relationship with Ansel Adams. Images by both Sexton and Adams will be transformed on the screen from the negative to the final print, progressing through the various creative steps in the evolution of an expressive photographic print. A poster sale and signing in the Fannin Performance Hall lobby will follow the presentation.
Sexton is best known for his luminous, quiet, black and white photographs of the natural environment. He worked as technical and photographic assistant and then technical consultant to Adams from 1979 to 1984. Sexton assisted Adams both in the darkroom and in the field. He conducted all of the technical testing on the revised editions of Adams’ books The Negative and The Print. Following Adams’ death, Sexton served as photographic special projects consultant to The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust. Sexton was an instructor at number of the Ansel Adams Yosemite Workshops and the director of the workshop program in the early 1980s.
Sexton is the recipient of the 2005 North American Nature Photography Association Lifetime Achievement Award. His most recent book is Recollections: Three Decades of Photographs, an award-winning retrospective volume. Sexton’s other books include Quiet Light, Listen to the Trees, and Places of Power: The Aesthetics of Technology.
Richland continues its commitment to excellence in photography by bringing world-class photographers to campus to interact with students concluding with a free public lecture, poster sale and signing. Past participants in this distinguished series include Mary Ellen Mark, Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor, Ralph Gibson, Joyce Tenneson, Keith Carter, Arno Minkkinen, Jock Sturges and Mitch Dobrowner.
Richland College is located at 12800 Abrams Road in Dallas. For more information about this event, contact Wayne Loucas at 972 238-6078 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Richland College’s photography department, visit www.richlandcollege.edu/photography.