Contemporary Vision: Conceptual Photography from Maryville University Photography Students, Alumni and Faculty, The Dark Room’s next photography exhibition is on display from November 6th through December 31st, and will celebrate its opening with a reception hosted by the artists and the International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum from 5-9pm during the First Fridays in Grand Center artwalk on November 6th.

 

Contemporary Vision showcases a rich variety of conceptual photo based work from Maryville University Photography Students, Alumni, and Professors that have the spectators create their own stories from which the still images illustrate.

 

Curated by Scott Angus in conjunction with the International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum.

 

Artists:

Lynda Tolley, Shelby Biermann, Sara Loynd, Sarah Linderer, Kellie McCarthy, Rachel Vincenz, Paulena Davenport, Nicole Schepers, Monique Mullen, Megan Ryder, Megan Broadfield, Maura Mayer, Mandy Weber, Kathy McGinley, Karen Fletcher, Josh Veener, Eric Newby, Ellen Sacco, Deanna Cheng, Corey Hogarth, Chris Patton, Caitlin Land, Anabel Gonzalex, Alyssa Pellman, Alex Busbey, Stacy Larson, Suzanne Gille, Rachel Cofer, Kimberly Haggerly, Gina Grafos, Scott Angus, Jon Fahnestock, John Baltrushnas, Lilli Kayes

Caitlin Land

Karen Fletcher

Chris Patton

Embodying the nexus of art and life in Grand Center, The Dark Room wine bar and photo gallery offers patrons an opportunity to experience fine art and fine wine under the same roof. Rotating monthly photography exhibits curated by the International Photography Hall of Fame, locally sourced menu items, and a progressive wine program curated with care by Bill Kniep of Pinnacle Imports and poured by sommelier Denise Mueller make The Dark Room the ideal place for friends to SIP, SEE & SHARE!

 

A partnership between Grand Center Inc., Ken Kranzberg and the International Photography Hall of Fame, The Dark Room is under the direction of managing partner Chris Hansen, director of theaters and events for the Kranzberg Arts Center.