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Light Work Launches ‘2015 Transmedia Annual’ Exhibition
Light Work will host the “2015 Transmedia Photography Annual” exhibition, featuring photographs by seniors from the art photography program in the Department of Transmedia within College of Visual and Performing Arts.
The exhibition will be on view in the Light Work Hallway Gallery from Jan. 12-March 5. A reception on occasion of the “2015 Transmedia Photography Annual” and “Xaviera Simmons: Accumulations”—on view in Light Work’s Kathleen O. Ellis Gallery—will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 5-7 p.m. Refreshments will be served; the event is free and open to the public.
Exhibiting students include: Olivia Alonso Gough, Cade Austin Halkyard, Natasha Belikove, Uraina Bellamy, Morgan Edgecomb, Patrice Gonzales, Boying Huang, Joe Librandi-Cowan, Molly Malone, Aimee Mercure, Anna Moulton, Max Orphanides, Izzy Owen, Matthew Pevear, Bridget Rogers, Ian Sherlock, Christina Tainter, James Tarbell, Nancy Taylor, Kevin Tomczak, Carly Tumen and Jermaine Williams, Jr.
Kate Barrett, associate photography editor at Wallpaper* magazine, served as juror to select images for Best of Show and honorable mentions. Best of Show went to Librandi-Cowan and honorable mentions went to Sherlock and Tarbell.
According to Barrett: “There was a really high standard of photography from these students. It is great to see such diversity in their styles and subject matter.”
Light Work’s close partnership with the Department of Transmedia provides art photography students with full access to Light Work’s production facilities, lectures and workshops. Many students have worked with Light Work throughout their undergraduate careers.