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An Evening with Tom Rankin

Presented by Crealdé School of Art and Hannibal Square Heritage Center at Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Winter Park FL

Apr 16 2016
An Evening with Tom Rankin

For over 25 years, North Carolina photographer Tom Rankin has documented rural churches and their surrounding sacred landscape. The exhibition of large-scale, film-based, black-and-white photographs will show his artistic interpretation and studies of the ever-changing landscape during his repeated visits to the same locations. Tom Rankin is the former director of Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies, and current professor in the Department of Art, Art History & VisualStudies, and director of the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts at Duke University. A photographer, filmmaker and folklorist, Rankin has been documenting and interpreting American culture throughout his career. His photographs have been published widely in numerous magazines, journals and books, and he has exhibited throughout the country. His books include “Sacred Space: Photographs from the Mississippi Delta” (1993), which received the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Award for Photography. Join us for the Opening Reception, from 7-9 pm, Friday, April 15, at the Alice & William Jenkins Gallery on the Crealdé main campus, with a brief gallery talk by Tom Rankin. The following night, Saturday, April 16, we present An Evening with Tom Rankin, in partnership with Cornell Fine Arts Museum. The early reception is from 5-6:30 pm at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Winter Park. The presentation begins at 7 pm at the Bush Auditorim, Rollins College, Winter Park. Both events are free and opening to the public. 



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642 W. New England Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789

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