The World Forgetting by the World Forgot

The World Forgetting by the World Forgot
December 7 – December 13, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday / December 7, 5:30 – 7:30

Columbus College of Art & Design
Faculty Presentation Gallery
Second Floor of Design Studios on Broad
390 East Broad Street, Columbus Ohio

This exhibition of photographic based work from 14 CCAD students in Shannon Benine’s Digital Imaging class explores and examines the relationship between memory and photography.

Memory is an enigma, inconceivable in its entirety. It is a connection to our past in the most literal sense – a moment or years frozen in time. Our memories stand as a vital part of our being; it collectively forms who we are today and who we will remain to be in the future. It is quantitative and qualitative, non-material and non-physical. For us, memory is photographs. More so, the photograph is the vessel of memory. As photographers, we are explorers of memory – trekking the journey across time, space and sense.


First: The 2012 New Projects MFA Thesis Exhibition
March 30–April 27, 2012
Canzani Center Gallery (map it)
Free & Open to the Public
Opening Reception: March 30, 6–8 p.m.

Columbus College of Art & Design is proud to present First: The 2012 New Projects MFA Thesis Exhibition, featuring the college’s inaugural master-of-fine-arts graduating class. Works in the exhibition will range from glass, installation, social practice, and photography to fabric design, illustration, painting and digital media.

CCAD’s MFA in Visual Arts: New Projects is a project-based, non-media-specific curriculum that focuses on individual artistic/design development and creative leadership. It brings together talented individuals from a variety of different media to build a community that fosters exploration, professionalism, and creative success.

Exhibiting MFA Candidates (names link to artist’s website/blog when available):
Elena Harvey Collins

Virginia Kistler
Alex Conrad
Kayane Kouzoujian
Nicole Crock
Cosby Lindquist
Nathan Gorgen
Amanda Rouse
Chris Harman
Crystal Tursich
Woodrow Hinton III

Regular Gallery Hours: Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday noon–5 p.m.

I am excited to say that this week I begin my new job at Columbus College of Art & Design as an Assistant Professor of Photography and Multi Media. Hello Ohio!