2018 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region. Juried by sculptor and installation artist Jean Shin, the 2018 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region Exhibition features 77 works by 38 artists. Chosen from over 1,500 entries by 371 artists, the exhibition reflects the expansive range of issues and subject matter that contemporary artists are dealing with in the Capital Region and in the larger art world.
2018 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region exhibiting artists: Fern T. Apfel, Michael Bach, Justin Baker, Martin Benjamin, Debra Bilow, Rick Briggs, Gabe Brown, Amy Cheng, Monica d. Church, Drew Conrad, Susan Spencer Crowe, Ray Felix, Laura Frare and Mary Kathryn Jablonski, Matt Frieburghaus, Richard Garrison, Kathy Greenwood, Daesha Devón Harris, David Herbert, Susan Hoffer, Sean Hovendick, Beth Humphrey, William Jaeger, Pooh Kaye, KK Kozik, Shari Mendelson, Susan Meyer, Stephen Niccolls, Gina Occhiogrosso, Victoria Palermo, David Ricci, Karin Schaefer, Greg Skochko, Rosary Solimanto, Claire Stankus, Amelia Toelke, Jessica Ann Willis, Gerald Wolfe, and Deborah Zlotsky.
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2017's Society for Photographic Education's (SPE) Northeast Chapter Conference is thrilled to announce the talented artists chosen to be part of the annual conference's Juried Exhibition! Joshua Farr, Executive Director at the Vermont Center for Photography is the juror of this year's exhibition, Is Photography Enough? Interdisciplinary Approaches Beyond the Still Image.
Anne Arden McDonald, Tony Attardo, Kristi Beisecker, Richard Cavagnolo,
Monica Church, Rebecca Davis, Adrienne Defendi, Colleen Fitzgerald,
Carolyn Fraser, Nicholas Gaffney, Audrey Gottlieb, Eui-Jip Hwang, Alysia Kaplan,
Sarah Knobel, Katharine Kreisher, Janelle Lynch, Chris Maliga,
Adrian Martinez, Andy Mattern, Sandra Matthews, Alyssa Minahan, Marc Newton,
Marc Ohrem-Leclef, Nicholas Pollack, Sarah Pollman, Rachel Porter,
Blair Rainey, Amy Shapiro, Rochelle Simard, David Underwood,
Judy Unger-Clark, Emily Vallee, Nathan Wagoner
Exhibition Dates: November 3rd–26th, 2017
Brattleboro Gallery Walk Opening: November 3rd, 5:30-8:30pm
SPE-NE Opening Reception: November 11th, 6:30pm-9:00pm
A WORD FROM THE JUROR:
When assembling the selections for SPE's juried exhibition "Is Photography Enough?", many questions came to mind for me. Is photography enough? Is photography as we know it changing? In what ways are artists manipulating photographic methods today? Are digital/multimedia methods becoming the new "traditional photography"? What does that mean for pre-digital photography?
I sought to bring together elements of what we commonly refer to as "traditional" photography and work that stretches the confines of (and nearly redefines) the commonly held conception of what a photograph is. This body of 36 works seeks to ask many of the above questions - rather than provide any form of concrete answers. Change and evolution is inevitable and, with the progression of the digital era, I expect there to be even more drastic leaps in approaches to this ever-flexing medium.
Organized by Nikki Lohr and Maria Hoehn, this exhibition is the springboard for my new photo series on immigration.
The FENCE SALON is a member's exhibition of all media. There 487 pieces in the exhibition from 289 of The Arts Center members. The Fence Show will coincide with the Arts Center’s signature fund raising event, the Arts Center Gala on May 17. The reception for The Fence Salon is on Friday, May 26, 5-9 PM at Troy Night Out. The show dates are May 18 – July 2. I have two photographs in the exhibition, if you attend, your goal is to seek them out amongst all the others!