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Discovering Photographs Through the Allure of Sound

Room 100-101, Traina Center for the Arts

Sonology, the study of sound, has a profound influence on David Krooshof’s photography. In this talk, he will discuss his process and recent exploration of the habitual flight of bats.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

“Thinking Visually: Contemporary Curatorial Practice,” talk by Nancy K. Burns of the Worcester Art Museum

Room 100-101, Traina Center for the Arts

Nancy K. Burns, The Stoddard Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Worcester Art Museum, will discuss the role of the curator as steward, collector, and scholar in the twenty-first century. Topics discussed will include balancing collection care with public access, developing exhibitions, considerations when acquiring and deaccessioning art, and some of the […]

It All Makes Sense in the Rearview Mirror, talk by Michael Lorenzini ’92

Room 100-101, Traina Center for the Arts

As interest in photography has proliferated, photographs have ironically become more intangible and it is more difficult to have a career as a photographer. Through working as a photo editor, a documentary photographer, a writer and an educator, Michael has carved out a career in photography and preservation. He will talk about the challenges of photo preservation, […]

Visiting Artist Talk: Cheryle St. Onge

Room 100-101, Traina Center for the Arts

Visiting artist Cheryle St. Onge will present “Choosing a Creative Life,” in which she explores, though photography, her relationship with her mother, who suffers from dementia.