The Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group will launch its 2022-2023 season with a presentation by independent curator, educator and artist, Erin Carey on Zoom on Tuesday, September 13 at 7pm. Erin’s topic will be A Bird’s Eye View: Contextualizing Landscape Photography.
Erin is based in New England, having earned her B.A. in Art History and Criticism from Sarah Lawrence College and her M.F.A. in Studio Arts from Tufts University and SMFA Boston. She is the former Academic Director and Gallery Director at New England School of Photography, where she had the privilege of working with more than one hundred artists from around the U.S and Europe, exhibiting diverse photographic projects and collaborating on public programming with regional institutions and educators. Erin is a regular contributor to regional portfolio reviews for emerging professionals and undergraduates in Boston and has been featured as a juror at Photoville’s The Fence (2016 and 2019), Dodho Magazine of Barcelona (2020), and currently serves on the Board of Directors at the Griffin Museum of Photography.
Her photographic work explores the nuances of the American landscape and its vernacular and has been exhibited regionally, in New York and online. Her most recent project, A Spring that Love Remembered, debuted in the summer of 2020 and addresses the landscape of loss and the experience of ecstatic time. www.erin-carey.com
This meeting is free and open to the public. A meeting link will be sent to the BCA member email list. Non-members wishing to attend Erin Carey’s presentation as Guests should use the Contact Form on bcaphoto.org; select Guest Attendee under Inquiry Type. Guests are welcome to attend two meetings, and then should join the Group if they would like to continue.
This program is supported in part through a grant from the Bedford Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
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