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“That Place on Goss” Restaurant to show photographs of Schnitzelburg/Germantown Shotgun Houses
“Schnitzelburg/Germantown: Shotgun Houses in a Louisville Neighborhood”, Photographs by Ron Morris
October 15-November 15, 2013
November 3, 7 PM-8:30PM – Reception with the artist and remarks by Lisa Pisterman, author of Louisville’s Germantown and Schnitzelburg, Arcadia Publishers, 2011. Cash bar.
 
Goss Avenue Antiques & Interiors, 946 Goss Avenue, Louisville, KY 40217
http://www.gossantiques.com/ourrestaurant.html
Tuesday – Saturday  11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday – 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
502.409.5409
info@gossantiques.com
  Ron Morris studied photography at the University of Louisville and the Massachusetts College of Art where he earned his MFA. He has exhibited in New England and New York and has taught at Boston area colleges.
  For the past twenty-five years, Mr. Morris has taught photography and art at a high school outside of Boston. He retired this past year and returned to his hometown.
  Mr. Morris’ work is in several art collections and he worked for three years at a nationally recognized residential photography workshop, Apeiron, in upstate New York. He participated in an NEA funded photography project documenting Long Island. His work appeared also in “Local Light: Photographs Made in Kentucky”, Gnomen Press, Lexington, Kentucky and in Camera Magazine, July 1974, “Young Photographers”. The New York Times interviewed Mr. Morris about the Long Island Project and the Boston Globe and the New York Times have reviewed his work.
 
A book on the Germantown photographs has been self-published on Blurb and can be seen here: http://www.blurb.com/books/332799-germantown
Ron Morris can be reached at leomorris7887@gmail.com or 502-883-0856
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