Eye South 2021, “In Conversation” is going to be featured both virtual and in-person from October 6 -9. The four-day hybrid will examine a diverse scope of contemporary themes of photography from selected exhibitions through the lens of artists and curators. The following are the featured exhibitions; Looking Male at the Bartlett Center, Land Stark, Richard McCabe in the DoGood Fund Gallery, Shadow to Substance at the Harn Museum of Art and Society of Photographic Education (SPE) virtual program. Eye South 2021 is made possible by the partnership with CSU, DoGood Fund, The Ogden Museum of Art, The Harn Museum of Art, and Society of Photographic Education.
For more information, please see links to the official Eye South 2021 site.
In-Person: Artist’s Talk Oct 06 6:00 PM
"Looking Male" at the Bartlett Center, a conversation with Carl Martin and Brittainy Lauback (both virtual and in-person). Zoom link.
In-Person: Artist’s Talk Oct 07 7:00 PM
Online: Artist's Talk Oct 08 7:00 PM
This is a virtual event, Shadow to Substance at the Harn Museum, Curators: Carol McCusky, and Kimberly Williams, originating from the Illges Gallery at the Corn Center. Zoom link.
Online: Community Gathering Oct 09 7:00 PM
Society for Photographic Education SPE Virtual Lecture Program. Society of Photographic Education (SE Chapter) will host a presentation by Celestia Morgan. Celestia was born and raised in Birmingham Alabama. She earned her BFA in photography from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2012 and her MFA from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa in 2017. Zoom link.