Join us at MANA Contemporary for the opening reception of Tales, Processes, and Moments: An Exhibition of Collective Works from the 2012-2014 Master's Seminar, featuring the work of 15 students from the School at ICP.
Work in the exhibition is drawn from a yearlong, collaboratively taught seminar, in which students develop a significant project, from early conceptualization to final presentation.
The class offers an unparalleled approach to photography that incorporates hands-on practice, history, and experiential learning in a highly intellectual and thematically curated setting. Students engage in dialogue with visiting artists, gallery directors, museum curators, and private dealers. Running a full year, the course also provides the time and flexibility needed for the exploration and self-examination of each student’s creative process, leading towards the development of a full body of work.
The Master's Seminar is the brainchild of ICP faculty members Alison Bradley, a curator and specialist in photography, and Chuck Kelton, artist and master gelatin silver printer.
Annette Tryde Akman
Ellen Steinberg Coven
Jane P. Houston
Jimena Díaz Jirash
Image © Ellen Steinberg Coven