Charles Arnold Lecture: Kristine Potter

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A grayscale photo of a river cutting through trees.

Kristine Potter (1977), a Nashville-based artist, is coming to RIT to speak as part of the Charles Arnold Lecture Series, sponsored by the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. Her work explores masculine archetypes, the American landscape, and cultural tendencies toward mythologizing the past.

The talk is set for 6 pm. Thursday, Nov. 17, in Xerox Auditorium (James E. Gleason Hall, room 2580).

Potter's first monograph Manifest was published by TBW Books in 2018. Potter was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2018 and was awarded the Grand Prix Image Vevey for 2019-20. Potter’s work is in numerous public and private collections including that of: The High Museum of Art, The Georgia Museum of Art, 601 Artspace, The Do Good Foundation, Swiss Camera Museum, and Foundation Vevey. Potter is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Middle Tennessee State University. 

Featured image: "Deep River", 2019, by Kristine Potter

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When and Where
November 17, 2022
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Room/Location: Xerox Auditorium (Room 2580)

Open to the Public

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