Visiting Artist lecture – Adam Neese, Thursday September 18

The Department of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the first visiting artist lecture of the 2014 semester.  Photographer and artist Adam Neese will be presenting his work on  Thursday, September 18th at noon in FA room 103 (workshop theater).  Adam’s work is featured in the current gallery exhibit From the Faraway Nearby.

Adam Neese was raised in Grapevine, TX, halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth. His photographic works explore the relationship between memory and image; challenging the assumed notion of photograph as a factual document. Adam’s work has been exhibited throughout the US and abroad, including at The Rourke Art Museum (MN,) Louisiana Tech University, and De Fotohal (Amsterdam.) Adam holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a Master of Fine Arts from The University of North Texas where he currently teaches photography.

More about his work can be seen here:

Christian and Friends, Heritage Rd.

Christian and Friends, Heritage Rd.

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