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MFA in Photography Thesis Exhibition at the Joseloff Gallery
The International Low- Residency MFA in Photography program at the Hartford Art School is pleased to present its second MFA thesis exhibition, Split Seconds, Aug. 7–12, at the Joseloff Gallery.
Split Seconds features the work of 15 graduating MFA candidates from around the world: Morgan Ashcom (USA), Sebastian Collette (USA), Rafael D’Alo (Brazil), Scott Dalton (USA), Michael Dalton II (USA), Dorothee Deiss (Germany), Geoffrey Ellis (USA), Dagmar Kolatschny (Germany), Adam Long (USA), Daniel Claus Reuter (Iceland), Felipe Russo (Brazil), Nicolas Silberfaden (Argentina), Chikara Umihara (Japan), Ira Wagner (USA), and Zack Zoll (USA).
A public reception with the artists and faculty will take place on Saturday, Aug. 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Joseloff Gallery. The exhibition will be open to the public from Wednesday, Aug. 7, through Monday, Aug. 12. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
For more about the show, go to www.hartfordphotomfa2013.com.
Students in the International Low-Residencyy MFA in Photography program arrived on campus on Tuesday, July 30, for an intensive two weeks of classes and guest lectures by renowned photographers and educators. The students will be on campus through Aug. 13.
This year's guest lecturers will include Thomas Weski, an acclaimed photographer and professor at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig, Germany. Other faculty and guest lecturers in this year's program include: Alec Soth, Mary Frey, Dr. Jörg Colberg, Michael Schäfer, Doug Dubois, Alice Rose George, Adam Bartos, Ron Jude, Mark Steinmetz, Susan Lipper, Wiebke Loeper, Gerry Johansson, and Robert Lyons, program director.
International Low-Residency MFA in Photography at the Hartford Art School is an innovative program designed for both mature individuals with established experience in the field as well as recent graduates who wish to further their own practice and acquire an MFA degree in order to facilitate their professional credentials as artists and educators. It differentiates itself from other programs in that it is an international low-residency program and is the only limited-residency MFA in the United States focusing solely on photography
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