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Tucson-based photographer Alanna Airitam’s photographic project, “The Golden Age” celebrates a vision of Black Americans that is uplifting, inspiring, and empowering. In ten luscious and elegant large-scale portraits the artist features contemporary African American people as symbolic saints who are simultaneously magnificent and powerful.
Why Color? is the first class residency piloted by the Center for Creative Photography + Art & Visual Culture Education in the School of Art. Simultaneously a classroom and installation, the project launches in early September inviting University of Arizona graduate students in the course “Participatory Practices and Edu-Curation in Exhibitions” to design an exhibition from CCP’s collection of color photography.
Tarrah Krajnak will talk about her photography career and 2021 book project, “El Jardín De Senderos Que Se Bifurcan,” presented by the School of Art Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series and in collaboration with the Center for Creative Photography. Named after a time-bending short story by Borges, “El Jardín de Senderos Que Se Bifurcan” moves between found photographs, original writing, and appropriated images taken from 1979 Peruvian political magazines.