Texas Tech University

SRO Photo Gallery

PRESS RELEASE: JULY 8, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Selected Artists Announced for
TTU School of Art SRO Photo Gallery – 2019-2020

LUBBOCK: The School of Art at Texas Tech University is pleased to announce the roster of artists selected to present solo exhibitions of their work during the 2019-2020 academic year. From over fifty submissions the following six artists have been selected.

Emma Powell and Kirsten Hoving: Svala's Saga
Emma Powell is an assistant professor of art at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Her work often examines photography's history while incorporating historic processes and other devices within the imagery. Kirsten Hoving is the Charles A. Dana Professor of Art History at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, and she is co-founder of PhotoPlace Gallery.

Debora Hunter: Shooting Blanks at the NRA
Debora Hunter is professor emerita of the Meadows School of Art, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. Her work has been exhibited in the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, Light Factory and International Museum of Photography.

Susan Moore:  Fictional Space
Susan Moore is a professor at Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, where she serves as Chair of the Fine Arts Department. Her recent landscape images were selected for exhibition at the South Bend Museum of Art.

Daniel Manning Pope, Jr.:Post-Capitalist Landscapes
Manning Pope has a BFA in photography from the University of North Texas. His work focuses on the cultural aesthetics of the most mundane scenes in the southern United States. He served as an Art Fellow for the Charles Adams Studio Project in Lubbock, Texas during summer 2019.

Jonathan Michael Castillo: Immigrant Owned
Jonathan Michael Castillo is a photographer based in Chicago and holds an MFA in photography from Columbia College Chicago. His personal projects often focus on people, place, cultural behavior, societal issues and occasionally puppets. He was recently named the 2019 Diane Dammeyer Fellow in Photographic Arts and Social Issues. His work has been featured in Wired, CBS: Los Angeles, Resource Magazine, Peta Pixel, and G1 Globo.

Adriane Little: Mapping Mrs. Dalloway
Adriane Little is an associate professor of photography and intermedia at the Gwen Frostic School of Art at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Little's work is concerned with the presence and absence of the maternal body when trauma and ritual meet.

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For additional information contact:
SRO Photo Gallery Exhibits Coordinator
srophotogallery.art@ttu.edu; 806-742-1947