The Institute for Photographic Empowerment (IPE) is featuring an article and photographs by Prof. Janice Levy in the Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts. The feature describes Levy’s 2011 work in Saudi Arabia and the Disabled Children’s Association (DCI) in Riyadh. Levy spent her 2010-11 sabbatical year teaching photography to young women at the recently established Princess Nora University (PNU).
One of her outreach projects was to help disabled children explore their world through photography in a partnership between PNU and DCI. The article, which includes six photographs, most of them taken by the disabled children, is available on line through the end of November at joinipe.org, the IPE website.
ITHACA, NY — Time lapse photography and video shot by an Ithaca College faculty member will be seen in an upcoming episode of “Fabric of the Cosmos,” a four-part series for “Nova” being aired by PBS. Tom Nicholson, an associate professor of television-radio in the Roy H. Park School...
One of the most interesting voices in contemporary photography, Alec Soth will visit Ithaca College and the Roy H. Park School of Communications on Thursday, November 3 at 7:00 pm in the Park Auditorium.
Soth makes compelling images of everyday America that form powerful narrative vignettes. His work easily crosses boundaries from contemporary fine art practice to journalism as well as print and web editorial work. In addition to being a Magnum photographer, he is a prolific maker and publisher of photographic books, and has created a series of multi-media pieces for the New York Times.
A new book by Nick Muellner, associate professor in the Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts, was published by in September by A-Jump Books. The Amnesia Pavilions is a textual and visual autobiography that centers on his return to a small city in Easter Siberia after a seventeen-year absence.
A-Jump Books released his book on September 29 at the New York Art Book Fair. Muellner also presented an illustrated reading and slideshow as part of the New York Art Book Fair’s “Classroom” program on October 1. “The Classroom” is a curated series of informal conversations, workshops, readings and other artist-led programs, with continuous enrollment for all fair-goers throughout the New York Art Book Fair weekend.
Arhlene Flowers, assistant professor in Integrated Marketing Communications, presented "Learning from Lindsay, Tiger, Brangelina, and Oprah: Celebrities as Teaching Tools for Reputation Management in Public Relations" at the Public Relations Society of America's Educators Academy Research and Posters Session held in Orlando, Florida, during the PRSA International Conference 2011.