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For Torbjørn Rødland, observation is a sacred act and an integral part of his approach to photography. The artist was in Austin, Texas last week for the installation of his solo exhibition at the contemporary Austin museum, “Bible Eye.” The title was inspired by a friendly rejection of Iggy Pop’s 1970 single “TV Eye” and …

Manhattan College’s digital media art program will become a major in digital media art starting in spring 2021. The Digital Media Art minor consists of four courses: Digital Drawing, Digital Photography, Digital Video, and Graphic Design. To complete the major, four additional areas are added: Website Design, Game Design, Animation, and Immersive Media (VR / …

Ask the Reverend Goddess Magora Kennedy, 82, her advice for LGBTQI + seniors still in the closet, she will say this to you: “If you are a senior, you have lived your life, you have raised your children. Now, it is time for you to live your truth. The longtime civil rights activist in New …

First Lady Frances Wolf, Press Release First Lady Frances Wolf announced One Lens: Sharing Our Common Views, a state-wide virtual photo exhibit she is launching to document Pennsylvania’s history throughout the COVID-19 pandemic . The exhibit will celebrate the hard work and commitment of all Pennsylvanians as we continue our fight against COVID-19. More information …

Mike jaquays | Mid-York Weekly USA TODAY NETWORK New Berlin-based photographer and artist Bill McLaughlin has seen firsthand the plight of migrants and asylum seekers stranded in Mexico. His photo exhibition “Living in Limbo: Portraits from the Border” taken during a December 2019 trip to Tijuana now shares this humanitarian crisis at the Hamilton Center …