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Opening Reception: Faculty Exhibition 2012

Thursday, October 4th from 5 – 6:30pm, the Garner Center for Photographic Exhibitions Presents:
The 2012 Faculty Exhibition Opening Reception

View the work of 15 artists and professionals currently teaching in the New England School of Photography full-time program, spanning commercial and artist disciplines.  The diversity of this exhibition speaks to the range of aesthetics, techniques and mediums employed by the photographers in their professional and personal endeavors beyond the classroom.

Scroll down for a full list of participating artists.

Image

©William Franson

This year’s exhibition features work by:

Luis Brens
Erin Carey
Caleb Cole
Glen Cooper
Ron Cowie
Bruno Debas
William Franson
Amy Thiess Geise
Martha S. Hassell
Michael Hintlian
Sue Anne Hodges
Nick Johnson
Laura Pineda
Stephen Sheffield
Dana Smith
Keitaro Yoshioka

Gallery Opening Thursday Sept. 8th!

So, if you haven’t noticed the lovely sidebar to your right on the screen, now is the time to look around.  Thursday evening, September 8th the wonderful gallery across the street, Panopticon Gallery is having the opening reception for their 40th anniversary show.  And the reason I’m mentioning it again is that we’ve got four NESOP’ers included!  Alum Sam Quinn FT ’09 and then three faculty members – Bill Franson, Steve Sheffield and Michael Hintlian!  The show will run through the end of October, but come swing by tomorrow evening and say hello!

And as for a tiny preview, here’s Michael’s image that will be on view:

Visual Reportage: Retrospective 2007-2010

Gallery at the Piano Factory
791 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118

October 8th – October 31st
Opening Reception with the photographers: Thursday, October 14th at 7PM

Website:  http://www.visualreportage.com

Visual Reportage workshops are coordinated by full-time New England School of Photography instructors Michael Hintlian, Documentary, and Glen Cooper, Visual Journalism.

“Beginning in 2007 our workshop mission grew from a belief that the best of our work is an instrument for change, that images have the power to give voice to the voiceless and more. Since our first workshop, widely diverse groups of accomplished photographers have traveled to Guatemala and India where they have worked stories and grew as photographers and as people.

We are excited to present this exhibit from 20 photographers who are committed to making a difference through their work.”

Join us in celebrating and exploring the work of over 20 photographers from around the world including the following NESOP graduates:

Eric Dietrich
Steph Plourde-Simard
Mardya Millay
Ray Conway
Chris Gagne
Alainna Chiklis
Dan Brummert
Tayler Aubin
Kitty Ethridge
Leona Merk

And NESOP Workshop students:

Alex Witkowicz
Michaela O’Brien
Eve Lyman
Louis Kaperlis
Melissa Ostrow