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Kristine Thompson, Assistant Professor of Photography/Digital Art exhibits at Commonwealth and Council gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Kristine Thompson’s solo exhibition, still beneath the surface, opens at Commonwealth and Council gallery in Los Angeles, California on July 13 and runs through August 3, 2013. still beneath the surface explores various manifestations of mourning, the limits of empathy, and the intersection of photographic and sculptural concerns. This new body of work draws upon the Victorian-era [...]

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Bridging LSU School of Art and the Guggenheim, NYC

LSU MFA alumnus, Adam Hess is currently the lead administrator of the digital media database for the internationally renowned Guggenheim Museum.  CxC Coordinator of the Art +Design Communication Studio, Vincent Cellucci visited and networked with Hess on a recent trip to New York City.  Cellucci befriended Hess while he was writing of his MFA Thesis [...]

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Louisiana landscapes provide inspiration for artists

Coastal Louisiana, with its distinctive wildlife, rich wetland ecosystems and rapidly changing landscapes, turns out to be a delicate muse for artists of all kinds. From the photographer who documents the degradation of coastal Louisiana’s abandoned castles, to the watercolorist and sculptor who preserves the balance of Louisiana’s coastal ecosystems and scampering reptiles in her [...]

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Jeremiah Ariaz exhibits “Tucumcari” in solo show at Vanderbilt

Associate Professor of Photography Jeremiah Ariaz has a solo show, Tucumcari, at Vanderbilt University School of Art’s Space 204 in Nashville, TN. On display from Thursday, Feb. 21, through Thursday, March 14, Tucumcari documents a once thriving and now uncertain New Mexico community. An opening reception will be held Thursday, Feb. 21, from 4 to 6 pm. [...]

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Portfolio by Thomas Neff “Katrina: Hanging Out and Holding On” profiled in South by South East Magazine

It was the human factor initially that led Baton Rouge based photographer Thomas Neff into the maelstrom that became New Orleans after Katrina hit. As a volunteer in the city during the first week following the great deluge, he saw first hand, not only confusion and suffering, but the persistence and strength of the people [...]

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Kristine Thompson, Assistant Professor of Photography/Digital Art receives an Investing in Artists grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation

Assistant Professor of Photography/Digital Art Kristine Thompson is a recipient of an Investing in Artists grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI). The California-based organization recognized 29 visual and literary artists in its latest round of Equipment/Tools and Artistic Innovation awards. Thompson’s grant will allow her to purchase the photographic and video equipment necessary for an [...]

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