Photography exhibit at Kellogg Community College featuring WMU professor Ginger Owen-Murakami.
This exhibit features 19 photographic prints created via gum bichromate and cyanotype print processes, which were used in the years before modern film technologies were developed and popularized. The works were inspired by Owen-Murakami's month-long residency at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, England, once home to 19th century photography pioneer, inventor and artist William Henry Fox Talbot.
Owen-Murakami is a professor and area co-coordinator of Photography and Intermedia studies at WMU. She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from Louisiana State University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the University of Central Florida, and has lectured, worked and exhibited internationally.
2020/01/21 - 2020/02/14
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An opening reception for the exhibit, also free and open to the public, will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, in the gallery.