Just found this in my email earlier... I am proud to announce some outstanding student work! and the recognition of that work. See below for a complete list of the Juror's picks as well as the Boardroom Art Awards (the fulltime faculty picks).
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Thursday, April 25, 2013
For anyone interested in getting a sense of what we do in ART225 - Digital Photo II, here are our most recent editions to the collection of books that we have been creating over the past two years. I am really proud of all of the students and their hard work and enthusiasm that has gone into creating these books. The projects in themselves are a strong testament to commitment and an elongated exploration of an idea. These are a real treat. We spend nearly 2/3's of the entire semester working on a body of work that investigates a topic of their choosing and then we work through the process of organizing and shaping our photographs into a book format. We then publish them through blurb.com. Check 'em out!!
Ain't That America by Jon Slade
In the Garage by Michael Randman
Without Breaking by Alex Little
Remembering the Past, Educating the Future by Debbie Bauer
Missouri Barns by Debbie Bauer
Dreams and Memories by Anthony Medvick
In the City by Jaimie Vaughn
Medals and Scars by Kate Vohsen
The Independent Study Collection by Megan Flattery
Here are some links from previous semesters:
Itinerant Encounters by Jon Slade
Life on the Water by Michael Randman
CERT by April Stout
Living in a Box by Elizabeth Ache
Preserving Our Past Through Photographs - Saint Charles County, Missouri by Zac Hodges
The Faces of New Melle by Connor Lockett
Lena Wood, Metamorphose, 2012.
Melisa Fielder-Spence, La Fleur, 2012.
Mat Hoosier, Defying Gravity, 2012.
Phil Cary, MKT Line, 2012.
Megan Flattery, Familial, 2012.
Raquel Engle, Half Closed Eyes, 2012.
Rachel Mitchell, Once Upon a Time, 2012.
Debbie Bauer, Missouri Barns, 2011.
Joshua Evans, Idiosyncratic Reality, 2011.
Kimberly Wall, tirer le portrait, de toute notre, 2011.
Rebecca Chapman, Nature Untouched, 2011.
Natalie Armitstead, Hidden Ballerina, 2011.
Eric Wuestenberg, Canyons in Utah, 2011.
Jade Roch Van Rochsburg, Spheres, 2011.
Allen Wilberton, St. Louis Spouthwestern Freight Depot: Space in History, 2011.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
L E N S C R A T C H: Dan Younger: Some Kids: Never before have so many fine art and documentary photographers turned their lenses on the world within the confines of their own front do...