UC Main Street | Steger Student Life Center
Cincinnati (Clifton), OH 45221
Aug. 31, 2014 – Oct. 12, 2014
Sun–Thurs: 10 am– 5 pm | Closed Friday and Saturday
What’s Next is a collaboration between UC’s School of Art and Prairie, a Cincinnati arts organization that produces community photo education programs for students. Selected students attend two educational programs at UC’s School of Art in the fall of 2014 to learn about innovative photographic materials and lens-based techniques. The students then put into practice what they have learned, working in small teams to produce work for their own exhibits.
The workshop programs are conducted by project organizers Jordan Tate and David Rosenthal. One workshop includes an overview of younger contemporary artists who use photography in innovative ways to create works being shown at major venues around the world. The second workshop presents specific studio practices and methods to the small teams for their own exhibition work. Lenticular printing, blueline printing and the creation of animated GIFs — also called cinemagraphs — are taught. In addition, students are encouraged to incorporate in their own work those methods and/or materials outside the scope of traditional photo practices.
Oct. 9, 2014
Meyers Gallery — DAAP Galleries | UC Campus (Clifton), Steger Student Life Center on UC Main Street | Cinti, OH 45221
The Opening Reception for What’s Next takes place at DAAP's Meyers Gallery on Thursday, October 9, from 5 to 7 pm.
Free and open to the public.