Alumna Jenny Fine’s show “Synchronized Swimmers” at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, will be up through May 30, 2021. Fine, a native of Enterprise, Alabama, uses large-scale photographic, sculptural work and performance to create an immersive environment of childhood memories. “Synchronized Swimmers,” which incorporates stories of Fine’s grandmother and
Photographs by UA graduate student Celestia Morgan are featured in the new exhibition, Contemporary Alabama Photography, at the Mobile Museum of Art. Curated by Richard McCabe, Curator of Photography at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, the exhibition shows the work of eleven emerging, mid-career and established Alabama photographers who interpret Alabama’s identity, culture and history in their images.
Our spring 2015 issue of The Loupe was so packed with alumni news that we didn’t have room for it all in our regular edition. This Loupe Extra begins with alumni news not published in the print version and then reprints alumni news from “spring 2015” below it. MEREDITH RANDALL KNIGHT (MFA 2014) and brother GREG RANDALL
Former Students Thank Professor Gay Burke [From The Loupe – Spring 2013] — On NPR recently, 20-somethings were waxing nostalgic for “old-fashioned” film cameras, a technology they associate with an “earlier era.” But they may not feel so old-fashioned to UA photography alumni. We asked some of them to tell us about the professor who
Since earning an MFA at The Ohio State University in 2010, JENNY FINE, BFA 2006, has been working as a studio assistant for artist Ann Hamilton. During 2009 and 2011 at OSU, Fine taught Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Darkroom Photography. In 2012, she was artist-in-residence at The Wellington School in Columbus, OH, where she worked