This event will be held at the Ackland Art Museum
Space is limited and reservations are required for this Free event. Please click here to reserve your spot!
Panel discussion with professors from UNC–Chapel Hill, Duke University, FRANK Gallery artists, and area photographers Join guest artists from FRANK Gallery’s current exhibition, Inspired by the Lens, as well as professors from UNC–Chapel Hill and Duke University, for a lively conversation about the strange and wonderful relationship between the artist’s vision and the camera’s lens. Co-sponsored by the Ackland Art Museum and FRANK Gallery.
facilitator: Amanda Millay Hughes, Director of External Affairs, Ackland Art Museum
Pat Davison, Director of Documentary Projects, Associate Professor, Visual Communication, UNC–Chapel Hill
Alan Dehmer, FRANK Gallery member and artist specializing in gum bichromate printing
Carolyn Drake, photographer specializing in Central Asia, Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, Fulbright fellowship recipient, and Lange Taylor award recipient
Lisa McCarty, Durham-based photographer and recent MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts, Duke University
Cristina Fletes-Boutté, photojournalist, documentary filmmaker, Adjunct Professor, Journalism, UNC–Chapel Hill
Tom Rankin, Professor of the Practice of Art and Documentary Studies and Director of the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts, Duke University
elin o’Hara slavick, Professor of Visual Art, Theory and Practice, UNC–Chapel Hill
Barbara Tyroler, educator, FRANK Gallery Community Outreach Coordinator, and photographer specializing in health and public arts advocacy projects