Sunday, June 13, 2010
I taught a May-mini this June and it was a blast! We had twelve days to make and build cameras, learn to shoot pinholes, explore aesthetic approaches to shooting, learn developing, scanning, Photoshop, printing, matting and framing. Yikes! But it all came together, and it came together for an exhibition at The Gallery on First St. in Paris, Texas. We had great attendance, the work looked terrific and the space is delightful! Oh, and we had plenty of good food!
Thanks TAMUC! I'm one of nine to receive this year's Provost Award for Research and Creative Activity. (Really I think I got it for the wildest beard, but whatever.) Pictured along with me are Dr. Christine Evans, President Jones and Dr. Alan Headley. It's a terrific honor and and I'm really glad to be working where my efforts are acknowledged, but more importantly, among people that I consider good friends! Thanks!