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Someone to Ride the River With

Wednesday Feb 15, 2017

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113 Fourth Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102







Phone: 5052772112
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Someone to Ride the River With

A Survey of MFA photography students from the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, and the University of New Mexico

WHERE: CFA Downtown Studio

113 4th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102

WHEN: February 1st - 17th, 2017

Reception February 3rd, 2017 6pm- 8pm

Gallery Hours: Wednesdays and Fridays 10:00am to 6:00pm

“Someone to ride the river with,” a saying used in the Western United States during the late 1800s, referred to a person who could be counted on, someone who was reliable. In the spirit of this adage, MFA photography students in the Southwest are banding together to form a network through which they can provide support and help one another to navigate the uncertain waters of academia and the art world. This exhibition showcases work from current graduate students in the photo programs at three major universities in the Southwest. Opening at the Lionel Rombach Gallery in Tucson, AZ, in conjunction with the Society for Photographic Education's Southwest and West joint regional conference, the show then moved to the Harry Wood Gallery in Tempe, AZ and will close at the College of Fine Arts Downtown Studio in Albuquerque, NM.

Each of these programs has played an important role in the ongoing intersection of academia and photography, housing photographic print collections, award-winning faculty, and alumni who have gone on to become influential in the field. Through correspondence and exchange, this collaboration highlights the common threads and distinctions within the praxes of the participating artists, upholding the traditions of these institutions and fostering new ones.