Professor Has Busy Exhibition Schedule

March 14th, 2013 by Katlin McNally
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Shanon Benine's "Central Light (No. 2)"

Shanon Benine’s “Central Light (No. 2)”

Assistant Professor Shannon Benine has a busy exhibition schedule in March, including two group shows that opened March 4.

The group exhibition Archetype Drift, curated by Jason Lazarus, is on display at Johalla Projects in Chicago, March 4–23. The show addresses new ways of photographic making, editing, and presentation and is concurrent with the Society of Photographic Education’s (SPE) national conference and Chicago’s Filter Photo Festival.

The second exhibition, Beyond Vision: Messages from the Holographic Universe, is at Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD, March 4–April 6.

It explores the extra-physical phenomena of our universe through a variety of mediums including painting, video, photography, and sculpture.

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One Response to “Professor Has Busy Exhibition Schedule”

  1. Don’t forget my work, along with several other CCAD faculty members, is included in an exhibition at Ohio Dominican University.

    THIS IS | on the subject of art
    March 17 – April 12 / 2013
    Reception: Sunday / March 17 / 1–3 pm
    Wehrle Gallery / Ohio Dominican University

    Curated by: Julie Abijanac
    Artists exhibited: Shannon Benine, Matthew Flegle, Nicole Gibbs, Michael Goodson, Danielle Julian-Norton, Kelly Malec-Kosak, Andrea Myers, Susan Li O’Connor, Tim Rietenbach, Mariana Smith and Melissa Vogley-Woods