"Abandoned America: States of Disrepair" at Mulberry Art Studio
Oct
5
to Oct 27

"Abandoned America: States of Disrepair" at Mulberry Art Studio

 

I have one piece in this juried group exhibition.

Abandoned America is proud to invite you to enter our second juried photography show, "States of Disrepair", at Mulberry Art Studios in Lancaster, PA in October 2018. Juried by the gallery's owner April M. Koppenhaver, selected work will be part of Lancaster's popular and well attended First Friday gallery event. Both novice and experienced photographers to enter. All mediums are welcome but work must be centered on abandoned spaces.

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Sep
15
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception- Pushing Forty at the Trenton City Museum Ellarslie Mansion

A retrospective exhibition that I have been included in. My family and I will be visiting the opening reception to see many old friends.

Throughout the last forty years, many remarkable artists have exhibited in the galleries of the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion. You are a part of this legacy – you and your artwork have helped build the wonderful reputation enjoyed by Ellarslie today. While it would be impossible to display work by every artist who has shown at the Museum during the past four decades, we would like to invite you to be part of this milestone exhibition.

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Sep
15
to Nov 11

Pushing Forty at The Trenton City Museum Ellarslie Mansion

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A retrospective exhibition that I have been included in. I will be visiting the opening reception to see many old friends.

Throughout the last forty years, many remarkable artists have exhibited in the galleries of the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion. You are a part of this legacy – you and your artwork have helped build the wonderful reputation enjoyed by Ellarslie today. While it would be impossible to display work by every artist who has shown at the Museum during the past four decades, we would like to invite you to be part of this milestone exhibition.

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The 2018 Bank of the Arts National Juried Exhibition
Sep
14
to Oct 26

The 2018 Bank of the Arts National Juried Exhibition

 

Bank of the Arts is a historic, turn of the century former bank building housing the Craven Arts Council & Gallery. The building features impressive original plaster work pillars and decoration illuminated by a large skylight and modern lighting fixtures. The Craven Arts Council hosts rotating exhibitions of local, regional, and national art in their three gallery spaces. The historic city of New Bern, the first colonial capital of North Carolina, has become a prime destination for retirees, families and tourists alike. New Bern's rich history and beautiful geographic setting have combined to create a cultural environment that has attracted an active art community supported by an enthusiastic group of collectors and donors. 

The 2018 Bank of the Arts National Juried Exhibition offers $6,000 in awards, including the $1,500 CAC&G Permanent Collect Purchase Award. The show’s juror will be Adam Justice, Assistant Curator of Modern & contemporary Art at the Museum in Charlotte, NC. Justice is an accomplished curator and juror with credentials ranging from the Polk Museum in Florida to the Hunting Art Prize in Texas.  Justice is also a practicing artist working in the formal intersections between drawing, collage, and acrylic.

This year’s exhibition will also continue the “Ekphrastic Poetry Competition” that has been so well received in previous years. Poets will create original compositions inspired by the artwork in the exhibition, with awards and readings during the October 5th  Artwalk Reception. This year’s poetry juror will be Joe Mills, whose honors include a term as poet in residence at Salem College, inclusion on Garrison Keiller’s NPS program The Writer’s Almanac, and Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry.



Juror

Adam N. Justice is a Virginia native who received his Master’s degree in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond) in 2004, following his thesis on the evolving role of sign theory in mid-century American art. He then served as the Gallery Associate at VCU’s Anderson Gallery (2004-2006), the Chief Curator at the William King Art Museum in Abingdon, VA (2006-2010), and the Curator of Art at the Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, FL (2010-2016). Last August, he joined the Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC) as the Assistant Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art. His career includes an array of curated exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, numerous essays and critiques written for exhibition catalogues and regional publications, and various appointments as judge/juror for regional and national arts competitions, including PhotoNOLA (New Orleans), The Hunting Art Prize (Houston, TX), and Gasparilla Festival of the Arts (Tampa, FL). While in Florida, he also helped found Outer Space (Winter Haven, FL), a contemporary art gallery and studio residency program, where he served as co-curator and resident artist. He still maintains a modest studio space at his home in Charlotte where he explores the formal intersections between drawing, collage, and acrylic.

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A Sense of Place, 2018- Group Exhibition
Sep
7
to Oct 12

A Sense of Place, 2018- Group Exhibition

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I have a piece in this juried group exhibition.

The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art is pleased to announce the 2018 juried fine art competition, Sense of Place. Open to participants from throughout the United States, this thirty-eighth annual event seeks to recognize the outstanding quality and diversity of work being generated by contemporary American artists. 

Founded in 1937 and housed in the historic Nicholas Ware mansion (c. 1818), the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (GHIA) is Augusta's only independent nonprofit visual arts school and gallery. The Institute serves as a showcase for local, regional, and national artists, offering rotating exhibitions of outstanding contemporary artwork year-round. In addition, professionally taught studio art classes in a wide variety of media are provided to students of all ages and experience levels. 

Juror: Judy Onofrio

The juror for this year's competition is Judy Onofrio. A self-taught multi-media sculptor, Judy Onofrio has been creating and exhibiting art nationally and internationally for over five decades.  Over the course of her career, she has worked in various mediums including jewelry, ceramic sculpture, large-scale installations, fire performances, and currently bone sculpture.

Selected awards and achievements include the Rochester Art Center Lifetime Achievement Award; the Minnesota Crafts Council Lifetime Achievement Award; a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board; fellowships and grants from Arts Midwest/NEA, the Bush Foundation, and the McKnight Foundation.  In 2005, she was honored to receive the McKnight Foundation Distinguished Minnesota Artist award for her ongoing contributions as an artist and educator in the state of Minnesota.

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Photography at the Emerald: 3rd Annual Autumn Exhibition- 2018
Aug
28
to Sep 28

Photography at the Emerald: 3rd Annual Autumn Exhibition- 2018

Another group show for the Fall.

 

This juried photography exhibition was conceived to recognize and reward excellence in fine art photography from all over the United States, and augments the decades long Emerald Art Center National Juried Spring Exhibition for painters.

This year's Juror is Emerald Art Center director, artist, and photographer, Paula Goodbar, who will select up to 90 finalists for the exhibition. Paula will select the prize winners from the accepted photographs, once the exhibition is installed. The exhibition will be on display to the hundreds of gallery visitors to The Emerald Art Center, from August 28 through September 28, 2018.

Bio. for Paula Goodbar, Juror
Director, Emerald Art Center

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Jul
13
to Aug 11

Contemporary Photography 2008-2018 exhibition @ Site:Brooklyn

Very excited to be a part of this exhibition at Site:Brooklyn

ABOUT THE JUROR:

Kristen Gaylord is the Beaumont & Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow in the Department of Photography at MoMA. She has curated and contributed to number of exhibitions and publication, including: Inbox: Hal Fischer (2018), Stephen Shore (2017), Beatrice Glow: Spice Roots/Routes (2017), Photography at MoMA: 1840 to 1920 (2017), Arbus Friedlander Winogrand: New Documents 1967 (2017), Intertwined (2016), and One and One Is Four: The Bauhaus Photocollages of Josef Albers (2016). Previously she was a research assistant at the De Kooning Foundation, and instructor at the Museum of the City of New York.

Since its invention, photography has served diverse purposes—from fine art to criminology, for uses, personal, photojournalistic, or scientific. In the last decade artists have scoured visual culture and its abundance of images, often borrowing the styles and approaches of other fields to inflect or expand what art photography can be. Contemporary Photography 2008–2018 surveys 62 artists who together provide a cross-section of the ways the medium refuses to remain stable, whether exploring new technologies or applying nineteenth-century tools to contemporary subjects.

Some have taken advantage of digital tools to manipulate their own or appropriated imagery, playing off the traditional but incorrect assumption that photographs present truth. Others experiment with analog ways of pushing images into abstraction or illegibility. Eschewing the historic medium-specific divisions some artists document performative work with cameras, while others bring their images into three dimensions. This group also includes those who prove the “straight” photograph is still a fertile area to investigate—through portraiture, still life, and landscape, and with scenes both found and staged. Some artists look outward at family, history, politics, and memory, while others create formal images that highlight their own construction. Together these artists provide a survey of the current and future directions of contemporary art, and of the still-unexhausted potential of photography.

Artists:

Joe Arnold, Jan Blythe, James Reeder, Marcus DeSieno, Hal Gage, Jack Long, Pauline Chernichaw ,Krista Svalbonas, Charles Williams, Nancy Floyd, Arie Knoops, Natalie Christensen, Renluka Maharaj, Jodie Goodnough, Andy Mattern, Kristin Street, Tatiana Gulenkina, Eric Kunsman, Isabel Gouveia, Emma Ressel, Dominic Quintana, Ellen Jacob, Tianran Qin, Niv Rozenberg, Jack Deese, Marta Wapiennik, Brenda Biondo, Joe Whalen, Jerry Takigawa, Bruce Hooke, Rachel Liu, Daniel George, Liz Claus, Paul Lee, Garin Horner, Dorian Lee, Ken Dreyfack, Robert Kalman, Amy Becker, Lori Kella, Richard Westerhuis, Deborah Wing-Sproul, Michael Borowski, Flora Wilds, Nick Shepard, Christine Atkinson, Anna Cone, Samuel Harnois, Hyungjo Moon, Lauren Orchowski, Zeren Badar, Milt Connors, Rebecca Jacobs, Eric Thompson, Francis Crisafio, Benjamin Samuel, Sydney King, Caitlin Mitchell, Caroline Yoo, Shih-Hui Chang, Cody Bratt, David McGlynn

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Jun
25
to Jun 27

Color Managed Workflow for Digital Print (June 25-27, 2018)

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Dates: June 25th-27th, 2018

Overview

If you are new or relatively inexperienced to a color managed digital imaging workflow, this workshop may appeal to you. Do you struggle with getting the image on your monitor match the prints you make? If so this workshop will fully investigate the important procedures required to go from capture to print. Participants will receive hands-on and practical instruction necessary for setting-up and utilizing a color-managed workflows integral to managing files from capture to final output. Hands-on experiences with personal files using the School’s state-of-the-art equipment and facilities will allow participants to walk away with broad and extensive knowledge of contemporary practices for workflow and required steps to achieve greater control of practices leading to desired outcomes.

 

Participants will Learn

What a color-managed workflow is and why it is important?
How to get a print to match what is observed on the monitor.
What hardware and software tools are required to manage digital color.
How to create and use color profiles.
The language of color management and associated terminology.
How to create full tone color and/or black and white prints from digital files.
How to choose the proper substrates for your artistic vision.
How to choose the correct digital printing technology for your budget ad artwork.
Controls/Techniques utilized in every step of the process for complete control of your workflow.
A complete experience with a wide variety of hardware tools, cameras, spectrophotometers, printers, scanners, substrates, etc.
Techniques for finishing your prints for proper display.

 

Program Outline

General overview of Color Management
Defining color various spaces … capture to output, a comparison.
Using and recording accurate color, color checkers, camera raw, etc.
Monitor calibration and profiling
Scanning and color
Projector profiles
Color settings in Photoshop & Lightroom
Printer profiles, generic and custom. Where do they live?
Profiling tools for custom printer profiles
Custom printer profiles
File Formats & Archiving Techniques
Print Technologies
Inkjet printers
Inkjet Paper Discussion
Alternative printing media
Preparing images for print
Black point, white point
Test print, evaluating your image
Optimize image for print, plug-ins.
Printing considerations
Driver settings
Printer Maintenance (Nozzle checks, Platen gap)
Avoiding paper
B&W Printing
Finishing Techniques
Creating work in editions & Archival Qualities
Questions and further study

 

Who Should Attend

Educators, Photographers, and others who want - or need to - learn how to manage color images from the stage of initial capture to output.

 

Special Program Features

Participants should bring their own digital images, slides, negatives, or other relevant document enabling a richer experience in the making of inkjet prints on a variety of printers and papers, up to 44" wide.

 

Instructor Bios

Eric T. Kunsman is a photographer, educator and book artist from Rochester, New York. Eric is currently a Lecturer for the Arts & Imaging Studies Department in the National Technical Institute for the Deaf and also teaches in the School of Photographic Arts & Sciences. He was formerly an Assistant Professor at Mercer County Community College where he was also the coordinator of the photography program. He has nationally taught workshops, lectured on digital printing. Eric holds his MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and holds an MS in Electronic Publishing/Graphic Arts Media, BS in Biomedical Photography, BFA in Fine Art photography all from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. He currently owns Booksmart Studio, which is a fine art digital printing studio specializing in numerous techniques and services for photographers and book artists.


For more information visit: http://www.rit.edu/cias/photoworkshops/courses.php

 

 

Program fee:  $350
Materials fee: $150

 

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Mar
14
to Mar 15

DIGITAL PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES BOOTCAMP- March 14th-15th, 2017

Workshop at the Printing Applications Laboratory @ RIT, March 14th-15th, 2017!

 

About

The introduction of digital technologies to the printing discipline has simultaneously revolutionized the industry and ushered in an era of continuous improvement, as these capabilities are both transformative and constantly evolving. This two-day seminar will get you up to speed on the latest technologies and help you stay current on market trends. 

Learn from digital printing experts on the impacts of converting from conventional to digital technologies, the limitations and capabilities of digital printing, and the business opportunities and competitive advantages digital printing could offer your products and services.

Interested in training a large group? Contact us about custom seminars.

 

Key Takeaways

  • Understand the critical difference between conventional and digital printing.
  • Observe in lab demonstrations of digital commercial/specialty, label & packaging presses.
  • Overview of HP Indigo, Kodak NexPress, Xerox iGen, and wide-format inkjet (Canon, Epson, HP, Roland) technologies.
  • Learn the limitations and capabilities within digital printing, including media requirements for certification programs.
  • Learn how usability and end use of the product fits with digital printing.
  • Recognize the importance of communication throughout the printing process.

 

Who Should Attend

  • Print buyers
  • Press operators
  • Media manufacturers
  • Print shop owners
  • Artists
  • Photographers
     

Applicable to all levels of digital print knowledge.

 

Program Schedule

The current agenda is available here: 2016 lineup

 

Instructors

Eric T. Kunsman is a photographer and book artist based out of Rochester, New York where he has returned to pursue his personal work. Eric is a Lecturer for the Visual Communications Studies Department in the National Technical Institute for the Deaf and also teaches for the School of Photographic Arts & Sciences both of which are housed at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He was formerly an Assistant Professor at Mercer County Community College where he was also the coordinator of the photography program. He has nationally taught workshops, lectured on digital printing. Eric holds his MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and holds an MS in Electronic Publishing/Graphic Arts Media, BS in Biomedical Photography, BFA in Fine Art photography all from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. His photographs and books have been exhibited internationally and are in several prominent collections throughout the United States. He currently owns Booksmart Studio, which is a fine art digital printing studio specializing in numerous techniques and services for photographers and book artists.

 

Daniel Clark is the Manager of PAL’s Print and Materials Analysis lab at RIT. Dan provides quality assurance and materials characterization support to material manufacturer’s, printers, and brand owners. Dan also provides trouble shooting of printing issues for the printers, manufacturers and suppliers in the graphic arts field. This is achieved through the administration of industry standard material and print performance testing, color measurement, image analysis and the use of other laboratory instrumentation within a TAPPI standard T402 environment. Dan has also has co-authored technical papers, presented at various industry conferences, and instructs in industry seminars and academic classes on the technologies, variables and their interactions in different printing process. Dan has over 32 years of experience in web offset & digital press operations.

 

John Dettmer is the Printing Applications Laboratory’s Digital Systems Technologist. He specializes in digital and conventional prepress workflows, as well as HP Pantone special ink formulation and production. John has been involved in PAL’s Digital Printing program since November of 2000. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Printing Technology from RIT and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Web and Database Development.

 

Program Fee

$795

 

Lodging

RIT has made arrangements for seminar attendees to reserve rooms at a special rate at the following nearby hotel; however, we suggest you make your reservations as soon as possible. A shuttle will be provided to take you to and from the hotel.

 

 

Registration

Online registration for this program is available here. For questions or additional information, please email Barbara Giordano or call her at 585-475-2687.

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Feb
2
to Feb 27

LA Artcore 1st Annual Photographic Competition and Exhibition

LA Artcore 1st Annual Photographic Competition and Exhibition:

LA Artcore (LAAC) is pleased to announce our 1st Annual Online Photographic Competition and Exhibition. The Exhibition in February 2017 will kickoff the celebration of LA Artcore's 38 years of supporting contemporary art and developing the careers of visual artists of diverse cultural backgrounds. 

Exhibition:
60 juror selected Images will be exhibited at LA Artcore's downtown historic gallery in The Los Angeles Brewery, one of the oldest and largest art colonies in the world. Covering 23 acres in 14 buildings of live-work spaces, 500-700 artists and businesses call The Brewery their home.

JURORS:
George Simian - Photographer/Instructor UCLA, Samy's Camera, One of PDN Magazine 12 best Photo Instructors nationwide.
Richard Vogel - Photojournalist, Los Angeles Photo Editor for The Associated Press. 
Brian C. Moss - Lecturer in Photography and Faculty Senate, Loyola Marymount University LA - MFA California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA. 
Karen Hampton - Internationally exhibited artist exploring ancestral stories through the convergence of photography and textiles. Former professor of art at Howard University, Washington D.C. Recently complete a 7-week residency at Sacatar Foundation, Itaparica, Bahia, Brazil, researched Rendieras Culture
Jeff Alu - Widely-exhibited artist, former exhibitions director at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art

LA Artcore - Brewery Annex
Brewery Annex
650 A South Avenue 21
Los Angeles, CA 90031

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Jan
20
to Mar 3

IU East 3rd National Juried Exhibition: Histories and Memories

Histories and Memories

Exhibition Dates: January 23 - March 3, 2017
Reception and Juror's Lecture: January 26, 2017, 4-6 p.m., Tom Thomas Gallery

“For every image of the past that is not recognized by the present as one of its own concerns threatens to disappear irretrievably.”
–Walter Benjamin, “Theses on the Philosophy of History”

To quote Walter Benjamin’s seminal essay, Theses on the Philosophy of History, “to articulate the past historically does not mean to recognize it ‘the way it really was’ (Ranke). It means to seize hold of a memory as it flashes up at a moment of danger.” In this era of heightened domestic and global tensions, perhaps it is important for us to think about our past, present, and future as individuals as well as a collective unit in a holistic, and yet diversified manner. For this exhibition, artists were invited to submit works in which personal experiences and memories are points of departure and/or inspiration for the work as well as those works that address the concepts of collective history and/or memory, no matter how controversial.

Over 500 works were submitted for inclusion from 40 states and the District of Columbia, from which 36 works were chosen by this year’s juror, Josh Hagler.

Ann B. Kim
Assistant Professor of Fine Arts
Indiana University East

http://www.iue.edu/gallery/nje/memories/

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Thou Art..., Will Give... —— Artist Talk
Dec
10
4:00 PM16:00

Thou Art..., Will Give... —— Artist Talk

Haunting reflections from America’s first penitentiary in RIT Dyer Arts exhibition

Eric T. Kunsman’s revealing photographs focus on Warden’s logbooks from the 1830s

           

Eastern State Penitentiary (1829-1971) in Philadelphia, Pa.—once the most famous and expensive prison in the world—stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and empty guard towers.

During his 362 visits to the site, Eric T. Kunsman photographed America’s first penitentiary in a revealing essay featuring100 large format photographs on display in an exhibition spanning 11 years of work. “Thou Art . . . Will Give . . .” will be showcased from Nov. 21 through Jan. 21, in Dyer Arts Center at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

An opening talk with Kunsman will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21, followed by a reception from 4-8 p.m. A second discussion will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10. All events are free and open to the public.

According to Kunsman, the prison architecture designed by John Haviland was based on the state’s Quaker penal code instituted by William Penn, where each man or woman had to have a separate cell because isolation would give them time to ponder their mistakes and make peace with God. Famous inmates included two notorious criminals—bank robber Willy Sutton and gangster Al Capone.

 

“The whole idea of the word penitentiary comes from the word penance,” explained Kunsman. “I became intrigued with Eastern State Penitentiary after reviewing Warden’s logbooks from the 1820s and 1830s at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall. Reproductions of these pages will be on display during the exhibition as they are the basis for the body of work.

“Although the prison emphasized principles of reform more than punishment, many of those jailed for long periods of time died or went insane. In my photos, you can see pictures of the warden’s corridor, a theater stage, solitary cells with single glass skylights representing the ‘Eye of God,’ and the small doorways, which forced prisoners to bow in penitence when leaving or entering their cell.”

A native of Bethlehem, Pa., Kunsman is a photographer, book artist, lecturer in NTID’s Visual Communications Studies Department and adjunct professor in RIT’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, and owner of Booksmart Studio in Rochester, N.Y.

The Dyer Arts Center, located at 52 Lomb Memorial Drive, is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and by request. For more information, go to dyerartscenter@rit.edu or call 585-475-6406. 

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Thou Art..., Will Give... ——Exhibition
Nov
21
to Jan 21

Thou Art..., Will Give... ——Exhibition

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Haunting reflections from America’s first penitentiary in RIT Dyer Arts exhibition

Eric T. Kunsman’s revealing photographs focus on Warden’s logbooks from the 1830s

           

Eastern State Penitentiary (1829-1971) in Philadelphia, Pa.—once the most famous and expensive prison in the world—stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and empty guard towers.

During his 362 visits to the site, Eric T. Kunsman photographed America’s first penitentiary in a revealing essay featuring100 large format photographs on display in an exhibition spanning 11 years of work. “Thou Art . . . Will Give . . .” will be showcased from Nov. 21 through Jan. 21, in Dyer Arts Center at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

An opening talk with Kunsman will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21, followed by a reception from 4-8 p.m. A second discussion will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10. All events are free and open to the public.

According to Kunsman, the prison architecture designed by John Haviland was based on the state’s Quaker penal code instituted by William Penn, where each man or woman had to have a separate cell because isolation would give them time to ponder their mistakes and make peace with God. Famous inmates included two notorious criminals—bank robber Willy Sutton and gangster Al Capone.

 

“The whole idea of the word penitentiary comes from the word penance,” explained Kunsman. “I became intrigued with Eastern State Penitentiary after reviewing Warden’s logbooks from the 1820s and 1830s at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall. Reproductions of these pages will be on display during the exhibition as they are the basis for the body of work.

“Although the prison emphasized principles of reform more than punishment, many of those jailed for long periods of time died or went insane. In my photos, you can see pictures of the warden’s corridor, a theater stage, solitary cells with single glass skylights representing the ‘Eye of God,’ and the small doorways, which forced prisoners to bow in penitence when leaving or entering their cell.”

A native of Bethlehem, Pa., Kunsman is a photographer, book artist, lecturer in NTID’s Visual Communications Studies Department and adjunct professor in RIT’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, and owner of Booksmart Studio in Rochester, N.Y.

The Dyer Arts Center, located at 52 Lomb Memorial Drive, is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and by request. For more information, go to dyerartscenter@rit.edu or call 585-475-6406. 

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Peters Valley Workshop, Summer 2014- Pixel to the Bookshelf
Aug
1
to Aug 3

Peters Valley Workshop, Summer 2014- Pixel to the Bookshelf

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Peters Valley Workshop Summer 2014

 

Pixel to the Bookshelf: Making a book from the digital file to a bound book

 

This intensive workshop will take you through the entire process of designing a book from digital files to a bound book. A series of photographs or digital art will be laid out into a book utilizing Adobe InDesign and then printed using Epson printing technology. Participants will complete a proof layout to be reviewed by workshops participants before final printing. Upon completion each artist book will be bound before departing the workshop. Each artist book will be a case-bound book with a standard size of 9.5" x 10.5". No experience is necessary with InDesign or bookbinding but workshop participants need to bring a minimum of 20 digital files ready for layout. 

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"Digital Printing for Exhibition" Workshop at Peters Valley, School of Craft in NJ
Aug
16
to Aug 18

"Digital Printing for Exhibition" Workshop at Peters Valley, School of Craft in NJ

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Digital Printing for Exhibition

Eric Kunsman
August 16-18
  
This three day intensive workshop will focus on the output options for creating fine prints, worthy of any gallery, from your photographs or digital files. Individuals will leave feeling that they have complete control and understanding of the various aspects of digital output. The digital darkroom is controllable and one must make their own personal workflow to control all aspects of printing, topics will prepare one to take control of all variables associated with creating the "Fine Print." 
Level: Beginner and Beyond

Tuition:  $385

(tuition includes lunch during workshop)

Studio/Materials Fee:  $85

To register click here

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