Faculty Improvement Leave

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Looking forward to being a much improved faculty member after my leave! Thanks Youngstown State for supporting my work (and allowing me to take off the spring semester 2016 to make more of it)!

Women and Methamphetamine Exhibit

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My work was included in the Women and Methamphetamine Exhibit [9 Modalities], along with the work of Pauline Sameshima, Patricia Maarhuis, John-Paul Chalykoff & Victoriua Bolduc.
→ Traveled to: The LAIR (Lakehead Arts Integrated Research) Gallery. Thunder Bay, Ontario. November 2015 – January 2016, and Baggage Building Arts Centre. Marina Park, Ontario. September – November 2015.

Discussion of my work in the Australian Feminist Law Journal

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Dr. Rebecca Scott Bray included a discussion of work from Unmarked in her piece Rotten Prettiness? The Forensic Aesthetic and Crime as Art in the Australian Feminist Law Journal, 40:1, pp 69-95 – published 6 October 2014.

I’m honored to have my work be part of her research.

See the full article here:
Rebecca Scott Bray (2014) Rotten Prettiness? The Forensic Aesthetic and Crime as Art, Australian Feminist Law Journal, 40:1, 69-95, DOI: 10.1080/13200968.2014.931900

Fundraiser Success

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Our fundraiser to support student scholarships (via the generosity of David Hume Kennerly and his donation of fifty-three of his magnificent photographs) was an incredible success.

We raised nearly $30,000 to create the first endowed scholarship for photography students!


Article about Class Photo Project

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An article, written by Dustin Livesay, about my class-photo project (which occurs at the end of each class I teach) was featured as the front-page story in the Youngstown State University student newspaper. It included two photos of my students and I: “Dexter” and “Alice in Youngstown”.

Click the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the front page, or read the full article here: http://www.thejambar.com/photographic-memories/