Documentary Photography and the Southern Culture Landscape
Emphasis on the tradition and practice of documentary photography as a way of seeing and interpreting cultural life. The techniques of color and black-and-white photography—exposure, development, and printing—diverse ways of representing the cultural landscape of the region through photographic imagery. The role issues such as objectivity, clarity, politics, memory, autobiography, and local culture play in the making and dissemination of photographs. Open only to graduate students in the MFAEDA program.
Open only to graduate students in the MFAEDA program