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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.
Sessions on Creative Photography is one comprehensive look at the boundary-breaking career of Hazel Larsen Archer, from her instrumental work in photography within mid century avant-garde art circles to her transformative approach to photo education.
Curated by members of the photographer’s family, this exhibition covers Linda McCartney’s whole career, from 1965 to 1997. The range of works in the exhibition, including never-before-seen Tucson views, reflect the spontaneity and ease of her photographic style.