Global Perspective: CENTER’s International Photography Award Winners. This exhibition is in collaboration with the Marion Center for Photographic Arts and will open in the Atrium Gallery, 5-7 p.m., Thursday, Feb, 23.
Photography Department Chairman Anthony O’Brien and Technical Faculty member Chris Nail took the high road up to Taos on Nov. 12, 2016 on another trip into northern New Mexico to take photographs of churches and the New Mexican landscape.
On Oct. 8, at 10 a.m., Head of the Photography Department Anthony O’Brien and Technical Faculty member Chris Nail took five photography students and one student journalist on a field trip to visit the Christ in the Desert monastery, and take photographs of the New Mexican landscape along the way.
LEVEL LLC. owner/director Henry Muchmore (top) works with co-worker Michelle Eckhardt installing visual artist Erika Diettes’s photographs for her opening exhibition ‘Drifting Away/Rio Abajo’ in The Marion Center for photographic Arts Atrium, Friday September 16th from 5-7 p.m. Henry graduated from College of Santa Fe in 1998 and Michelle graduated from SFUAD in 2012 as photography...
The Rotary Club of Santa Fe Foundation will be holding its annual Rotary Foundation Gala May 3, at which they will honor their Distinguished Artist of the Year. The artist must have excelled in his or her field and must be nominated by local artists and galleries. This year, the foundation has chosen to honor photographer and Santa Fe University of Art and Design Photography Department Chairman Tony O’ Brien.
Omar Pedroza is a freshman photography major and has been working on a surreal self portrait project for his class Visual Storytelling: Photo Essay. On April 27, he shot one of his images from this series at the Railyard district of Santa Fe. This image portrays Pedroza floating away as passerby observe. His work deals with self identity and his exploration of understanding everything about photography—from techniques to its conceptual...
On the evening of April 29, several graduating seniors in SFUAD’s Photographic Arts Department will be putting on their senior show. Six seniors, to be precise, which is where the show takes its name and concept from.
The EXIT Gallery is an opportunity for Photographic Society members to showcase some of their work for two weeks at a time. Ending the schedule for this year is Craig Duncan with his series “It’s Whatever You Want It to Be, Baby.”
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