The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce an exhibition of pinhole photography by Jesseca Ferguson of Boston, Massachusetts, titled “Museum of Memory” in the Hite Galleries in Schneider Hall on Belknap Campus. A reception will be held Thursday, September 18 from 4:40-6:30 p.m.
Ferguson’s photography alludes to the passage of time, and to what she refers to as a “private interior library” which she believes serves as a paradigm for collective and personal memory.
Ms Ferguson will be a visiting artist at the Hite in September and present the Barbara Bullitt Christian Memorial Lecture titled “Presence, Absence, and Pinhole Photography” Thursday, September 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Hite Galleries. A reception to meet the artist, beginning at 4:30 pm that afternoon, will precede her talk. The exhibition will run through September 29, 2012. For further information about Ms. Ferguson or Barbara Bullitt Christian Lecture, contact the Hite Galleries at (502) 852-0288 or (502) 852-6794.
|Gallopalooza Grows: Bridles and Bourbon|
|The Future Is Unwritten: The Art of the Tarot - Friday at Revelry|
|Review: Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular Lights Up Iroquois Park|
|It's Pretty Ugly at Revelry|
|Halloween Hit List 2014: Top 10 Things to Do Around Louisville|
|Preview: Jack-o-Lantern Spectacular|
|Vaude in the Ville: Award Winning Comedienne Invites Louisvillians to Dance Amongst the Stars and Laugh Beneath the Moon|