Tag Archives: photography

Feinstein’s photography is a path to closely examine life

Students filled room 103 of the Bragg Building on Tuesday night, Feb. 12,  to hear Gloria Baker Feinstein’s lecture about her photographic work.

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“Hope in all things” encapsulates the feel of Feinstein photo exhibit

  Beginning January 28, the Baldwin Photographic Gallery presents photographic works by Gloria Baker Feinstein.

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Tuschman exhibit in Baldwin Gallery features blended techniques

Part model-maker, part painter and part photographer, Richard Tuschman produces photography that’s a blend of both old and new techniques.

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Students get experience ‘beyond … wildest dreams’

LAS VEGAS — As the clock ticked to showtime for the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 15, Pete Fisher reflected on his journey from Middle Tennessee State University student to CEO of one of music’s biggest events.

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Gluckstein’s DIGNITY exhibit honors indigenous peoples

  DIGNITY is on exhibit at the Baldwin Photographic Gallery, beginning Feb. 1.

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Trundle talks photography and the program’s new home

Jonathan Trundle is a graduate of MTSU’s Photography Program who now teaches in the department as an assistant professor. Trundle earned his MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2006 and joined the faculty of the Department of Electronic Media Communication in 2011. He’s been instrumental in helping with the transition of the department from […]

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Cuba photos on display in Baldwin Gallery

Photographs representing two perspectives of the nation of Cuba are the focus of a show that opened Oct. 26 at the Baldwin Photographic Gallery.

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Zebra, Naturhistorisches Museum Wein, Vienna, Austria 2008

Diane Fox unveils “UnNatural History” at Baldwin Gallery

Diane Fox returns to MTSU with a thought-provoking photography exhibit entitled “UnNatural History.”

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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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