Photography Camp 2022 Exhibition

Showcasing artwork from Photography Camp 2022. Aspiring photographers of all levels worked with teaching artist, Leah Floyd during a hands-on program designed to develop the skills needed to capture and construct powerful photographs. Campers engaged in-group activities as well as received individual instruction as they learned the basic elements of photography such as composition, exposure and the functions of their camera. The young photographers also focused on visual storytelling and documentary techniques, portraiture and experimented with photo collage. Read More about Photography Camp 2022 Exhibition

Be Your Wonderful Self: The Portraits of Beauford Delaney Organized by Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC, New York, NY

Featuring portraits and abstract works, Be Your Wonderful Self: The Portraits of Beauford Delaney explores the preeminent status portraiture held in the artist’s life and work, following the trajectory of his career from his “Greene Street” period in New York through his ardent embrace of pure abstraction after his relocation to Paris in 1953. Be Your Wonderful Self: The Portraits of Beauford Delaney is organized by Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York, New York. Read More about Be Your Wonderful Self: The Portraits of Beauford Delaney Organized by Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, LLC, New York, NY

Artists and Sense of Place Residency: Second Time, Second Line Recycling Project PRESENTED BY COX COMMUNICATIONS

Part of Ogden Museum’s Artists and Sense of Place Residency Program, Second Time, Second Line Recycling Project features mixed media artist Jacqueline Ehle-Inglefield working with Young Audience Charter School students to introduce new art-making techniques, explore their region and raise awareness about why recycling is important to the environment. This exhibition highlights the work Ehle-Inglefield and the students completed throughout the three-week residency. Read More about Artists and Sense of Place Residency: Second Time, Second Line Recycling Project PRESENTED BY COX COMMUNICATIONS