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Four King University student photographers are pleased to announce the senior exhibition
“Affect” to be held April 27, 2013. The exhibition will be showcased from 6-9 p.m.
in the gallery located at 14 Bank Street, directly behind the KP Duty Restaurant on
State Street in downtown Bristol, Tenn. The artists will be present to discuss their
artwork. All prints will be available for sale.
“Affect” is a senior photography exhibition presenting a unique showcase by photography
major Samantha Glenn, photography major Joshua Hutton, Bible Religion and Photography
major Blake Patrick, and photography major Adam Robinson. Their work is an assortment
of traditional prints, multimedia pieces, and magazines. Through their work, each
student encountered different elements of emotion.
Samantha Glenn will showcase the relationship between her immediate family and their
favorite childhood objects. For her project, “Family Ties” she recorded short audio
tracks from each of her family members discussing their particular memory of the toy.
Joshua Hutton’s “Me, Myself, I(dentity)” is a series of images that were created
through reflection and self-evaluation. In order to cope with his parents’ divorce,
Blake Patrick takes all the harsh details of what occurred and made a multimedia piece
titled “Therapy.” Patrick considers this both an art form and a form of healing in
order to leave behind that part of his life and move forward. Adam Robinson will
show his work, entitled “Peace,” a series of work focused on the band If Birds Could
Fly. Since April 2012, Adam has been photographing the band at live shows, behind
the scenes, and creating promotional materials. He will present prints and zines
The public is invited to experience the senior photography exhibition “Affect” on
April 27 from 6-9 p.m. at 14 Bank Street, located directly behind KP Duty on State
Street. Please contact Samantha Glenn for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615.439.5520.
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