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Arts and Performance

Hannah Price: Project Less

October 13, 2020 at 6:00pm7:00pm EDT

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Light Work and the Department of Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts announces the Fall 2020 lineup for a new remote lecture series. The new collaboration brings together leading dynamic contemporary voices in the field of photography.

 Lectures will happen via Zoom (account not required). All registered attendees will receive a link to join prior to each program.

The series begins on Tuesday, October 13 at 6 p.m. EST, with photographer and filmmaker Hannah Price. A moderated Q&A follows her remote talk, Project Less. Hannah Price’s practice comprises photography and film. She uses her work to document relationships, race politics, and misperception. Price has received international recognition for her photo project City of Brotherly Love (2009-2012), a series on the men who catcalled her on the streets of Philadelphia.

Bio: Raised in Fort Collins, CO (b.1986). Price is internationally known for her project City of Brotherly Love (2009-2012), a series of photographs of the men who catcalled her on the streets of Philadelphia. In 2014, Price graduated from Yale School of Art MFA Photography program, receiving the Richard Benson Prize for excellence in photography and is currently a Magnum Nominee. Over the past nine years, Price’s photos have been displayed in several cities across the United States with a few residing in the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Currently, Ms. Price lives and works in Philadelphia, PA.

Single Pass or Season Pass to all four lectures (a savings of $30 for package pricing). Light Work Lab membership is not required. Passes are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged with other Lab classes or workshops. We process registrations on a first-come, first-served basis.



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This event was published on September 29, 2020.

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