August 14, 2014
An exhibition of works created by the faculty and staff of the Department of Photography & Imaging at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts will open at NYU Tisch on September 2 and run through September 29, 2014. Widely ranging from traditional black-and-white photographs, color photographs, and scholarly publications to net art, video, and other multi-media, the exhibition embraces a wide range of perspectives and media.
Photos will be displayed at the Gulf+Western Gallery, located at 721 Broadway (main floor, rear of lobby) and at the Department of Photography & Imaging Gallery, located on the 8th floor of 721 Broadway. The exhibition is open to the public from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. weekdays, and noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays. Admission is free.
The 2014-2015 faculty and staff include Matthew Baum, Michael Berlin, Wafaa Bilal, Terry Boddie, Isolde Breilmaier, Kalia Brooks, Mark Bussell, Edgar Castillo, Brandy Dyess, Abi Roucka, Yolanda Cuomo, Kristin Norgaard, Cheryl Yun-Edwards, Bayeté Ross Smith, Charles Nesbit, Charlotte Cotton, Ileana Selejan, Whitney Johnson, Erika deVries, Thomas Drysdale, Cate Fallon, Nichole Frocheur, Mark R. Jenkinson, Elizabeth Kilroy, Editha Mesina, Lorie Novak, Paul Owen, Karl Peterson, Shelley Rice, Fred Ritchin, and Deborah Willis, chair of the Department of Photography and Imaging.
A photo ID is required when entering the building at 721 Broadway. For further information, call 212.998.1930, or visit www.photo.tisch.nyu.edu.
The Department of Photography & Imaging is an intensive four-year BFA program centered on the making and understanding of images. It is a diverse department embracing multiple perspectives. The students work in virtually all modes of analog, digital, and multimedia photo-based image making, exploring photo-based imagery as personal and cultural expression. For further information, visit www.photo.tisch.nyu.edu.
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