Tag Archives: Chris Harris

Harris photo in New York’s Van der Plas Gallery

A photograph by EMC Professor Chris Harris entitled “Celebration of Life Rock Festival, McRea. LA 1971” was recently selected for a group showing at The Van der Plas Gallery in New York. Only 11 works were chosen for the exhibit out of 500 international submissions. The gallery sent out an open call to all artists, […]

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Scholars Week showcases student and faculty prowess

MTSU Scholars Week 2015 featured prominent speakers and never-before-seen demonstrations to campus while highlighting award-winning research posters created by students and faculty.

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Chris Harris rare photos answer the call

What do Jerry Lee Lewis and one of the leading civil-rights organizations in the South have in common?

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Harris photograph in Moscow exhibit

A photograph by Professor Chris Harris in the Department of Electronic Media Communication is included in an exhibit that opened in Moscow in June.

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Alice Walker in her home

Harris photos in new film heralding Alice Walker

Chris Harris, Electronic Media Communication professor, has had three of his early photographs of impoverished blacks from the sugarcane fields of Louisiana selected for use in a new film on internationally noted author, poet and activist Alice Walker.

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