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Photography
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“City in Change” is an exhibition of painting and photography that reflects an historic past of industrial architecture and calls attention to modern ruins. These abandoned work sites and structures give physical presence to a deserted culture of immigrants and laborers. Photographer Tom Wagner of Alexandra, VA, uses his images to examine the possibilities of using these structures for future buildings and human habitation.

 


The Salton Sea is a critically important wetland ecosystem in the Southern California desert, and is at the brink of a comprehensive environmental catastrophe. “The Salton Sea: Water and Life in the Desert” is a traveling photographic exhibition created by photographer Jenny E. Ross of Truckee, CA, that is designed to inform the general public about the importance of the Salton Sea to farmers, fishermen, environmental interests and economic development.

 


Over the past year, Fran Forman of Watertown, MA has produced and exhibited a series of 20 large scale digital and photographic images exploring issues of memory, our connections to the natural world and our place in history. Ms. Forman has given lecture/ demonstrations for students and the public at Brandeis University and the Rose Art Museum; her work has been shown at various venues throughout Massachusetts.


These are only some highlights of the Photography grants given in 2007.