October 13: Megan Mack Artist Talk
The Fine Arts Department presents an artist lecture by Megan Mack, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program. Mack is an MFA graduate from Pratt Institute in NY. She has worked predominantly as a portrait and commercial photographer for over ten years. Currently, she works as an interdisciplinary ecofeminist artist examining social and environmental issues within the more-than-human world. She is currently on staff as a photographer/videographer for Nimiipuu Protecting the Environment.
In 2018 she co-created a photography collective, with photographer and activist Sina Basila, Seeing Collective (SeeC): a space for photographers to share clients, and industry knowledge, and gain critical feedback on personal projects. Recently they teamed up with a local photography school in Bushwick, BKC, where they host talks, promote other artists’ work, and curate group shows. In 2020 she helped to co-produce and curated a group show with reliefmarkt.com in an effort to support artists out of work due to Covid-19.
In-Person Artist Talk
October 13, 2022, at 4:30 p.m.
Fine Arts 5062 (Fine Arts Center Auditorium)