Photo]gogues: New England is not a definitive study of New England photography pedagogues, rather it is a sampling of faculty members from the region. Paula Tognarelli and Frances Jakubek, executive director and associate director of the Griffin Museum of Photography, invited twelve photography instructors to exhibit their personal work during the Flash Forward Photography Festival in Boston.
The twelve invited photographers are
Robert Alter, Framingham State University
Christine Collins, Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD)
Ron Cowie, New England School of Photography
Karen Davis, Photography Atelier
Mark Eshbaugh, Bridgewater State University
Ivana Damien George, Bridgewater State University
Jaclyn Kain, Simmons College
Susan Lapides, Cambridge
Ashley McDowell, Framingham State University
Bruce Myren, Northeastern University, Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD)
Cheryle St. Onge, Maine College of Art and
University of New Hampshire
Larry Volk, Endicott College
"The New England area is home to a plethora of photography teaching professionals producing exciting work. The [Photo]gogues: New England exhibition 2014, curated by the Griffin Museum of Photography, features a brilliant sampling of the cutting-edge personal work of 12 different facult members who are linked by their pedagogy." In this video you'll get to hear from three of them; Cheryl St. Onge, Jaclyn Kain, and Susan Lapides, as well as the curator of the show, Paula Tognarelli. Enjoy.