Round Table Discourse – Photographic Phantasmagoria

Round Table Discourse – Photographic Phantasmagoria

Written by: Leslie Potter, Exhibitions and Education Coordinator “Has technology changed or eradicated the ‘craft’ of photography?”   As a part of our current gallery exhibition Photographic Phantasmagoria, a compelling Round Table Discourse about this question will...
Photographic Phantasmagoria – Curatorial Statement

Photographic Phantasmagoria – Curatorial Statement

  Phantasmagoria was originally the name of a London exhibition in 1802, consisting of optical illusions produced chiefly by magic lantern (image projector). In current use, “phantasmagoria” refers to a sequence of real or imaginary images like those seen in a dream....
Black and White Photography: Pinhole Photography

Black and White Photography: Pinhole Photography

Written by: Kaitlyn Frolek, Gallery Assistant   To read Part 1 of this series on black and white photography click here. Pinhole photography: I absolutely love it! Part of the attraction to the process of this type of photography is that you are able to create and...