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Lauren Hegge (MFA, Photography, 2013) has work on view at the New Orleans Photo Alliance as part of invitational exhibition, Generation LA 2.

The Generation LA 2 exhibition will feature works from Maria Levitsky, UNO ‘12, Sophie Lvoff, Tulane ‘13, Lauren Hegge, LSU ’13 and Jamie Johnson, LA Tech ‘14. The exhibition will present a wide range of ways in which photography can be used to create contemporary art. Through installations, large-scale assemblages and alternative and analogue/digital hybrid processes, [...]

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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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Summer Art Programs in Ireland, Italy, England, Germany, France; Intersession in NYC

Art in Ireland is a studio program based at the Burren College of Art. The college, a cutting edge facility accredited by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, offers an opportunity for focused activity that draws upon the unique landscape of the Burren. This places the students in a setting where they are simultaneously surrounded [...]

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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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Photographer and Assistant Professor Jeremiah Ariaz Exhibits Work at Jacksonville’s Museum of Contemporary Art

Photographer and Assistant Professor Jeremiah Ariaz’s work is currently on display in the group show, “No Place in Particular: Images of the American Landscape” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Florida. The exhibition investigates the visual, societal, and ecological consequences of postwar development, as the participating photographers reveal the ordinary in a manner [...]

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