CCP Lecture Series - Spring 2023

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Noon Feb. 25, 2023 to 6:30 p.m. April 27, 2023

This spring, the Center for Creative Photography will present an exciting series of conversations inspired by Linda McCartney’s work as both a photographer and an activist. Through lectures and panels with artists, curators, and entrepreneurs, the aim is to nurture meaningful discussions on pressing historical, cultural, and environmental issues globally through the lens of photography.

This 3-part series will run on the following dates:

Lecture by Sarah Brown, Photographic Curator of the Linda McCartney Archive, in conversation with CCP Chief Curator, Dr. Rebecca Senf. Saturday, February 25, noon. This lecture will be held at the Forum at UA's Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB)

Daniella Zalcman & Verónica Sanchis Bencomo in Conversationmoderated by CCP Curator of Interdisciplinary & Community Practices, Dr. Meg Jackson Fox. Meet Daniella Zalcman, photographer & founder of Women Photograph and Verónica Sanchis Bencomo, photographer & founder of Foto Féminas, on Thursday, March 30, 5:30pm. This lecture will be held at the CCP Auditorium.

Screening & Lecture with Dr. Sarah K. Khan, author, photographer, multi-media maker, and producer of Migrant Kitchens. Thursday, April 27, 5:30pm. This lecture will be held at the CCP Auditorium.

The CCP's Spring 2023 Lecture Series is generously sponsored by JP Morgan Chase & Co.

*All events are FREE and open to the public, with first-come, first-serve auditorium seating.