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Constructed Landscapes: Photographing America in the Twentieth Century

Seven months after Tufts’ Exhibition Design class made me realize that a 7-foot panel was not enough space in the gallery for me, I’m very happy to announce the opening of my exhibition: Constructed Landscapes: Photographing America in the Twentieth Century!

Constructed Landscapes is in the Slater Concourse Gallery (composed of two 40-foot facing walls in Tufts’ Aidekman Arts Center on Talbot Ave in Medford). This gallery is open to temporary exhibitions curated by campus groups, faculty, staff, and students through an application process. As such, there have been some incredibly diverse materials exhibited throughout this semester! My show displays American photography, with a focus on the urban or semi-urban landscape. All of the photographs are from the Tufts University Permanent Collection.

I will be writing a series of posts to describe the general process of applying for a Slater exhibition, how my particular show worked out, and what I learned from the process. I look forward to your feedback on the exhibition and the blog posts!

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