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New MOA Exhibition Features Revered Pictorialist Photographers

72 works illustrate the movement to establish photography as qualified fine art, equal with sculpture, painting and etching. The BYU Museum of Art will be debuting its newest exhibition titled [...]

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Capturing the Coronation: Photography Professor's Unexpected Trip to Tonga

The lens of a camera does an incredible job of capturing the most nuanced detail within the scope of its frame. However, even the most sophisticated lens has limitations when compared to the [...]

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From Filmmaker to Photography Professor

Incoming BYU faculty Robert Machoian’s film God Bless the Child was featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Filmmaker magazine and was made an official selection for South [...]

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DVA Grad’s Work Featured in The New York Times

Amanda Jane Jones, a 2009 graduate from the BYU Department of Visual Arts (DVA), is the lead designer for Kinfolk, a quarterly publication that recently received national attention from a review [...]

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DVA Student’s Project on Display in the Library

A final project of Sarah Hill, a student in the Department of Visual Arts, is on display in the Harold B. Lee Library (HBLL) through June 27. Her photographs depict the commitment, love and [...]

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Students Snag Awards at Regional Vocal Competition In Las Vegas

Eleven BYU voice students competed in the Cal-Western Region of National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and came home with several 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards. NATS is a non-profit [...]

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Newly restored dance photographs to be exhibited

In 1928, two-dozen women attending BYU stood on the banks of the Provo River. Together, they carefully choreographed for their interpretive dance class as the photographer, William Done, [...]

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Julian Alden Weir home focus of unique Lee Library photo exhibit

“Weir Was Here – Secret Rooms, Doors and Windows,” a photo exhibit, will be displayed in the Harold B. Lee Library’s Auditorium Gallery at Brigham Young University from [...]

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Justin Hackworth's "30 Strangers" exhibit at BYU library during July

Brigham Young University’s Harold B. Lee Library announces a new exhibit featuring the work of photographer Justin Hackworth. Located in the Auditorium Gallery on Level 1 of the library, [...]

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BYU's Paul Adams to share photographic techniques at Jan. 12 lecture

Paul Adams, photography area coordinator for the Department of Visual Arts at Brigham Young University, will be speaking Wednesday, Jan. 12, at noon in 238 Herald R. Clark Building. Adams will be [...]

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