Congratulations to Texas Woman’s University’s Professor of Art, Susan kae Grant, for being a panelist at Toronto-Montreal-Lille:The Inventions of Light Conference. The conference is February 24 through 26, 2016.
Susan is paticipating in the following panel at the conference:
Morning Session A: Shadows of the Invisible
A discussion of the uncanny ability of photography to reveal what is invisible to the naked eye. Features three artists whose imaginative pursuits expand on the scientific curiosity that once was the main impetus behind imaging phenomena beyond the realm of the visible.
Moderator: Claude Baillargeon (Oakland University)
Wild Nights, Imaging the Unseen
Michael Flomen (independent artist)
The Radiant Forest
Marie-Jeanne Musiol (independent artist)
Night Journey Project
Susan kae Grant (Texas Woman’s University)
Susan kae Grant received an MFA in Photography and Book Arts in 1979 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since 1975 she has produced 13 limited edition handmade books. Her most recent book, “Shadowed Memory” was created during a 2005 residency at Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester New York. She taught at Wayne State University from 1979-1981 and joined the faculty at Texas Womanʼs University in 1981 where she is currently Professor and Head of the Photography area. She is on the staff of the International Center of Photography where she teaches bookmaking workshops. In 2003 and 2005 she was the recipient of the Society for Photographic Education “Freestyle Crystal Apple Award” and “The Excellence in Photographic Teaching Award” in 2004 from the Santa Fe Center for Photography.