MICA Photo student seeks work about digital intimacy…
Nat Raum is seeking photographic submissions for her curatorial project, “Swipe Right”, which will deal with issues surrounding digital intimacy. Please see details below for submitting images.
Deadline: May 1st
Digital Print Lab video monitor to feature curated exhibition of images by, and of, female-identifying persons…
For MICA Photo’s first-ever curated DPL exhibition, we would like to highlight our department’s female-identifying members. Each person may submit up to three images to be featured on the DPL screen for the week of April 9, 2018. Please follow the sizing requirements set for the screen (1800px on longest side at 72 dpi, sRGB color space). Artist statements/bios are not necessary. Work about femininity/gender is preferred but we are accepting anything you are proud of and want to put forward! Have fun!
-Nat Raum ‘18
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Nat Raum to exhibit in “2018 Midwest Photo Emerge” exhibition…
MICA Photo is proud to announce that Nat Raum has an image accepted into the 6th Annual Midwest Photo Emerge, a nationwide exhibition for emerging photographers. Congratulations to you , Nat!
MARCH 30 – APRIL 13, 2018
OPENING RECEPTION – FRIDAY, MARCH 30 – 7 – 9 P.M.
Midwest Center for Photography
Wichita, KS 67203
2018 Midwest Photo Emerge
“Knock Me Down”, a collaboration of new works by Sarah Eckstein & Nat Raum now in Wilgus Gallery…
MICA Photo is pleased to announce the current show being exhibited in the Wilgus Gallery, “Knock Me Down”, a collaborative project by photography majors, Sarah Eckstein & Nat Raum. Please come to the opening reception in the Wilgus Gallery on Wednesday, November 1st. Exhibition runs through November 17th. Congratulations to Sarah & Nat!
Nat Raum to show recent work in the Meyerhoff Piano Gallery…
MICA Photo is proud to announce a solo exhibition of recent photographs by Nat Raum (class of 2018). There will be a reception in the gallery on September 22 from 5PM – 7PM. Please come see the show through it’s run from September 18th through October 28th.
Nat Raum to show in “The Personal is Political”…
Nat Raum was recently accepted to be featured in “The Personal is Political” exhibition at Art Rise Savannah’s Non-Fiction Gallery. Nat’s book, “What Are You Looking At?” is the accepted piece for the show.
Image ©Nat Raum
ABOUT THE SHOW
This year, communities of artists across the United States are generating artwork in celebration of women, racial and sexual equality, marriage equality, gender identity, environmental protection, affordable health care and access to safe and legal abortion. In tandem with this cultural movement, Art Rise Savannah is partnering with Planned Parenthood Southeast to organize its first feminist exhibition of 2017.
The Personal is Political examines the relationship between personal experience and the political structures we navigate in our daily lives. It engages art as a vehicle of civic action, featuring works by national artists committed to investigating identity, freedom and resistance through their practice.
Show run dates: March 10 – March 20, 2017
Art Rise Gallery – 1522 Bull Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401