Limited Seating for “Inspired by the Lens” Photography Panel, Register Now

"A border town in the Fergana Valley." Photograph by Carolyn Drake.

“A border town in the Fergana Valley.” Photograph by Lange-Taylor recipient Carolyn Drake, on view at the Frank Gallery.

Photography bonanza: Inspired by the Lens is a wonderful (and free) lineup of exhibits, workshops, and artist talks that showcase the work of artists, educators, and photographers who use the lens as a stimulus for creating meaningful imagery in their professional practices. Click here to view an online brochure for event listings in September and October. The program was created by the Triangle Photography Consortium—an affiliation of museums, galleries, and organizations including the Center for Documentary Studies.

A special panel discussion will feature a selection of Inspired by the Lens guest artists and professors from Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill who will discuss the relationship between the artist’s vision and the camera’s lens. Panelists include Carolyn Drake (Lange-Taylor Prize recipient), Tom Rankin (director of the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts at Duke), and Lisa McCarty (recent MFAEDA graduate), among others.

Thursday, September 26, 6:30 p.m.
Ackland Art Museum
101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Registration required; seating is limited

The Triangle Photography Consortium includes Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies, Nasher Museum, and MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program; the Ackland Art Museum; Cassilhaus; the Frank Gallery; Flanders Gallery; the North Carolina Museum of Art; and Through This Lens Gallery. 

 

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