Images by Dan Budnik focus on three historic Civil Rights Movement marches: 1958 Youth March for Integrated Schools in Washington, D.C., the 1963 'I Have a Dream' March also in Washington D.C., and the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March for Voting Rights in Alabama.
Art Intersection curator Carol Panaro-Smith uses images to look at what "home" is and the relationship that people have with it, both as a sanctuary and a prison.
Mankind has pretty much always been interested in stars, planets, comets, and anything else we can see floating around in space. And photography has always been a means to further study the stars since the time someone took a camera and pointed it up. This exhibition at the University of Arizona features pieces from scientists to amateur photographers all attempting to better grasp the universe. Xavier Debeerst, one of the world's leading experts on astrophotography will lecture during the opening reception on Thursday, February 26, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Brenton Hamilton gets a little introspective in this exhibition while using both black glass ambrotypes and cyanotypes on paper, some of the first photographic capturing and printing processes, respectively.