Join us for a late-summer photography workshop at Pope Farm Conservancy! Our photography partners from PhotoMidwest will be at the conservancy to provide tips and advice on taking great nature photos. We’ll learn how to capture the beauty of late summer in the early morning light. The prairies and oak savanna will be at their […]
If you’ve seen even a handful of concert photos or publicity photos of bands, you know that music photography has a lot of cliches: Climactic moments under hot lights, teeming crowds with their hands in the air, indie-rock bands posing next to trees and bushes. A recently published book from photographer Spencer Wells takes a […]
In celebration of Black History Month, today’s episode is about creating new Black history. Guest host Harry Hawkins is joined in the studio by local filmmakers and entrepreneurs Johnny and Marie Justice to discuss the challenges and opportunities of being artists and business-owners as people of color.
Displaced Horizons is a multimedia project focusing on water infrastructures’ socio-cultural and historical complexities to encourage a re-visioning of current water systems. Join us October 27th for an exhibition of video, photographs, and maps and performance featuring musicians John Dieterich (Deerhoof), Chris Jonas (Anthony Braxton, Cecil Taylor), Robert Lundberg (JOBS, Nestle) Ryan Packard (Fonema Consort, […]
Please join us at 702WI to celebrate the paperback release of VIVIAN MAIER: A PHOTOGRAPHER’S LIFE AND AFTERLIFE by Pamela Bannos, who will read from and discuss the book. The event is presented in partnership with FlakPhoto Projects with an introduction by curator Andy Adams. A book signing will follow. The event is free, but […]
Vivian Maier was a street photographer in the latter half of the 20th century, capturing intricacies of daily life at a time when camera culture and street photography was on the rise. Though Maier was extremely prolific as a photographer, she worked professionally as a nanny, often carrying several cameras around while she was working. […]