Reinterpreting Photography for Today: A Dynamic Art Form Forever in Motion
Tuesday, April 10th
Learn how the art of photography is ever evolving in the 21st Century, inviting us to reflect on the mingling of past and present, on memory, archive and tradition. What is the nature of an image nowadays? We invite you to consider these and other challenging ideas in our April program dedicated to discovering more about the dynamic art forms of current photography.
The ARTtuesdays/Miami program committee of Carol Damian, Helen Kohen, Elisa Turner, Liana Pérez, Ilana Vardy, and Barbara Young salutes the initiative of artist and curator Odalis Valdivieso who proposed and organized this program. You won’t want to miss the many insights that artists in this panel discussion can share with us.
Panel Discussion Participants
Amalia Caputo holds an MFA from New York University and International Center of Photography.
Carlos Rigau holds an MFA from Hunter College in New York, NY.
Moira Holohan holds an MFA from Hunter College in New York, NY.
Moderator: Odalis Valdivieso, MFA, who holds advanced degrees from the UK and India.
When & Where
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
5:45 p.m. Networking in the courtyard
6:30 p.m. General meeting inside
7-8 p.m. Panel and Q&A
Books & Books
265 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables, FL
Dinner 10% discount for the group graciously donated by Books & Books