The Scottish Society for the History of Photography (SSHoP) journal presents this exciting work:
Helen Douglas on Artist’s Books is now online with additional images.
Chinese Whispers, Helen Douglas/Telfer Stokes. Weproductions, 1976, 176pp, 11 x 18cms.
Two important resources have been put in place as a response to COVID-19.
Art Majors and some other Sewanee students will be displaying their ongoing work and final portfolios via the online image content management system,
In response to the closure of classroom spaces, Sewanee students and faculty may now
install Adobe programs on their own computer.
Thanks to Picter and Adobe for generously facilitating this!
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sewanee will move to remote learning for the remainder of the semester.
· Spring break will be extended and classes will not be held March 23-27. All subsequent classes will be delivered through remote learning for the remainder of the Easter Semester.
· Classes will resume on Monday, March 30. Classes will be offered remotely beginning on that date. No classes will be held on campus.
Pradip Malde’s classes and teaching activities will be updated by 5 PM, Monday, March 16, 2020, on each of the web sites dedicated to the respective class.
Please stay healthy.
puzzler: do you know what this is, and how it relates to this class? email Pradip with thoughts, questions and answers.
The Fall 2019 schedule for Art 103: Introduction to Lens and Time Media is up. I am excited to say that this is the first time in almost ten years that the class is
entirely dedicated to wet-lab photography, with every student working with a 35mm SLR camera and film.
Take a look at the class web site as I finish preparations:
Behind the lens at SpaceX’s historic Falcon Heavy launch
Take a peek into the launch day notebook of a pro rocket photographer for a few tips.
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Here’s a story from The New York Times that I thought you’d find interesting:
At a time when art is as commodified as oil, a few collectors have chosen to buy works that are messy, perishable and threaten to take over their lives.