Tag Archives: Jessica Wynne

Three photography faculty exhibits break ground

Watertown, CT, Governors Island and Provincetown are all locations with relevance to the subjects of three September exhibits by photography faculty.  One that takes place at the school of her youth, is deeply introspective. Two others are vast in what they … Continue reading

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The Dreams That I Gave Her: Text to Photograph

Often it’s writers who work from “prompts,” such as phrases or anecdotes, that spark a creative output. For photography professor Jessica Wynne, a poem from an anonymous writer yielded a poignant photograph, “How Mourning Goes.” Wynne’s work will be on display … Continue reading

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In Jessica Wynne’s photography class, illustration students “step back, loosen up and drop the pencils”

Illustration major Enrique Page tells of a special experience studying photography this semester: “Photography is one of the most interesting classes an illustrator can take. We can relax and take a step back, loosen up, drop the pencils, and just … Continue reading

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Wegman and his well dressed Weimaraners coming to FIT

William Wegman, the photographer best known for his compositions of eclectically attired Weimaraners, is coming to speak at FIT.  The dogs won’t likely attend “in person,” but should be well represented in video and print.  Wegman will be the first speaker … Continue reading

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A residency in Provincetown

This summer photography professor Jessica Wynne was one of 20 artists selected for the Freight and Volume/DNA Summer Residency Program 2012 in Provincetown, MA. The artists’ instructions were to “create new work inspired by their environment.” The DNA Gallery recently … Continue reading

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The Faces of OWS

“I was unsure of what to expect when I went down to Wall street,” says fifth- semester photography student Beth Zink.  “People were making [Zuccotti] Park into their own space, which I found to be quite original, innovative and creative.” Zink … Continue reading

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