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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

 

SHEILA PREE BRIGHT: #1960NOW

JANUARY 9 - MARCH 3, 2018

OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 - 5PM

#1960Now is Bright's journey documenting the responses to police shooting in Atlanta, Ferguson, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and Baton Rouge. She observed young social activists taking a stand against the same struggles their parents and grandparents endured during the era of Jim Crow.

 
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ART IN ACTION: VETERANS EXPLORING THE VISUAL ARTS

JANUARY 25  - FEBRUARY 22, 2018

ARTIST RECEPTION: THURSDAY, JANUARY 25 - 6PM

Art in Action: Veterans Exploring the Visual Arts celebrates veterans and the arts, and is representative of how the arts can creatively engage, help communicate emotion, invite healing and personal growth, and bring the community together. Artworks include traditional photography and alternative processes, painting and mixed-media, woodworking, collage, ceramics and a collaborative video installation. 


YOUTH IN FOCUS

A dedicated exhibition space located on the second floor of the museum featuring rotating solo and group exhibitions by talented young photographers in the community. 

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UPCOMING EXHIBIT - ON DISPLAY JANUARY 2018

LIGHT WAVES BY MATTHEW JOLLIFFE

JANUARY 9 to JULY 20, 2018

The sixth installment of our Youth in Focus series features the work of Matthew Jolliffe, a 17 year-old student who attends DeLand High School. He came to the museum’s attention through his continued involvement with our educational programs over the past two years and has quickly established himself as a talented photographer who continues to push boundaries and craft extraordinary images.

 

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moments in nature by summer pesiri

The fifth installment of our Youth in Focus series features the work of Summer Pesiri, a 16 year-old student who attends Mainland High School. Click here to view her work and learn more.


STUDENT SHOWCASES

ON DISPLAY AT THE DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE NEWS-JOURNAL CENTER, 221 N. BEACH STREET

Presented in conjunction with the Mike Curb College of Music, Entertainment and Art, the bi-yearly Student Showcase aims to demonstrate the artistry and talent of the students attending the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies. The Student Showcase is an exciting opportunity for students who wish to explore their creativity and present thematic work in a gallery setting. The Student Showcase is juried to reflect and highlight the diverse array of styles and skills that the Center and its students seek to hone.

 

PREVIOUS STUDENT SHOWCASES- CONTINUING THROUGH DECEMBER 2017

Monochrome: Photographs by Bill MCsherry

A selection of black and white landscapes and nature photography featuring scenes taken in Florida and Georgia.

music in pictures: photographs by jenn ross and jeff roach

Music and photography—two disciplines that inspire the imagination—are celebrated here through an exhibition featuring 43 photographs, carefully selected from a variety of publicity stills, album art, candid snapshots and live performances. These images not only testify to the patience and dedication it takes to chronicle a scene, but also to the expressive artistry of the artists themselves—each cultivating a personal style and approach that distinguishes their craft.


SMP AT ACA

On display at the Atlantic Center for the Arts Main Campus, Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery

Homecoming

Photographs by Rylan Steele

November 11, 2017 - February 3, 2018

Reception: January 5, 5 PM – 7 PM


COMING SOON

 
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America's Army Aviation, Photogram ©Craig Neubecker

America's Army Aviation, Photogram ©Craig Neubecker

art in action 2017 exhibition

OPENING Reception: THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2018, 6 - 8 P.M.

The Southeast Museum of Photography is pleased to present a gallery exhibition of the works produced by the participants of the 2017 Art In Action program. This free series of art classes provides local veterans with free art materials and an opportunity to explore new concepts and mediums with which they create and finish complete works of art.

Learn more about Art In Action.


TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS


 Exhibition proposals are accepted on a continual basis. The exhibition schedule is determined by the SMP Exhibitions Committee. All complete proposals will be reviewed and responded to. You can access the proposal form here