Carnegie Center for Art & History

    201 E. Spring Street
    New Albany, IN 47150
    (812) 944-7336
    Hours: Tue-Sat: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
    Multiple Shows (see below)

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    Show 1: Stage/D by Laura Hartford

    Dates: September 29 – November 25, 2017
    Location: Main Galleries
    Events: Opening Reception: September 29 at 6:00-8:00 pm
    Stage/D by Laura Hartford is a more process-oriented exhibition. Hartford who teaches photography and digital art at Louisville’s Bellarmine University is an Associate Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences. Hartford is known for her surreal images that are created with the use of elaborate sets or “stages” which she constructs. For the Carnegie Center exhibition, Hartford will display finished color photographs along with some of the props used to create them. The artist will also provide a “stage” within which visitors can photograph themselves. Visitors are then encouraged to upload their photographs to a publicly-viewable Instagram account using the hashtag #CarnegieStageD. In this way, visitors to Stage/D can directly contribute to this exhibition.

    Show 2: Capturing Contemporary Cuba by Ray Wallace

    Dates: September 29 – November 25, 2017
    Location: George W. Morrison Gallery
    Events: Opening Reception: September 29 at 6:00-8:00 pm
    Capturing Contemporary Cuba is an exhibition of 30 black and white prints by Ray Wallace. Originally from Northern Ireland, Wallace is an accomplished and award-winning photographer. As Dr. Ray Wallace, he is also chancellor of Indiana University Southeast in New Albany. In 2017, Wallace traveled to Cuba and visited the cities of Havana, Regla, and Vinales. Wallace’s documentary black and white prints capture contemporary Cuba, with various street portraits and images of markets, tobacco growers, dancers, children, and boxers in training.

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