1. Photography and Southeast Asia: History and Practice

    The School of Art, Arizona Arts and the Center for Creative Photography are excited to invite the public to our third symposium on Asian photography, a full-day virtual symposium entitled “Photography and Southeast Asia: History and Practice.” The free symposium will be held entirely online to accommodate a broader audience in Asia, the U.S. and […]

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  2. ‘The Linda McCartney Retrospective’ is coming to CCP

    The University of Arizona Center for Creative Photography will host the North American premiere of “The Linda McCartney Retrospective” from Feb. 25 to Aug. 5. The exhibition celebrates McCartney’s 30-year, barrier-breaking career, as well as her connection to Tucson.

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  3. Graciela Iturbide Artist Talk

    Graciela Iturbide, one of Mexico’s most celebrated photographers, will present an Artist Talk at the Center for Creative Photography, discussing her 50+ year career in photography. The event is co-hosted by Etherton Gallery with interpretation by Jaime Fatás Cabeza. On Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022, from 7-10p, there will be an opening reception at Etherton Gallery for Graciela […]

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  4. On “The Golden Age,” with Alanna Airitam and Kirsten Imani Kasai

    Photographer Alanna Airitam and author Kirsten Imani Kasai discuss the experience of being photographed as a subject for The Golden Age and the dynamics of race, identity, belonging, and colorism as it pertains to this photographic series as well as their independent works of art and literature. The conversation will be held in the Center Galleries. Seating […]

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  5. Exposing Muybridge by Marc Shaffer

    Brilliant, ambitious, and mischievous, the 19th-century San Francisco photographer Eadweard Muybridge lived the lives of a dozen men before his breakthrough photographs of running horses set the course for the development of cinema and transformed the camera into a machine of unmatched perception and persuasion.  But hiding in Muybridge’s work are clues that provoke an enduring question: Can we believe what we see in a photograph? Program Schedule: 5p … Print viewing of CCP collection materials, […]

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  6. Photography and Taiwan

    The new School of Art symposium on photography in Asian continues April 7-9 virtually with “Photography and Taiwan: History and Practice.” Organized by the School of Art Assistant Professor Dr. Jeehey Kim, the symposium includes numerous photography curators and historians from such institutions as National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, National Taiwan University of Arts, […]

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