Keating and Zafran - included in "Presence of Place" at American University

Works by Multiple Exposure Gallery artists Karen Keating and Fred Zafran were selected by Jack Rasmussen, Director and Curator of the Art Gallery at the Katzen Center of American University, to be included in his exhibit Presence of Place at the Katzen Art Center at American University.

Presence of Place

Forty years ago, in a derelict building hidden among the abandoned amusement park rides of Glen Echo Park, four young photographers founded Photoworks with little more than a shared passion for the daily work of seeing, shooting, and printing images of lasting beauty and artistic integrity. Photoworks: Presence of Place will feature works by past and present members of the Photoworks community, faculty and students who have distinguished themselves by the quality and integrity of their work. This exhibition is in memory of Elsie Hull Sprague, an artist with a MA in Film from the School of Communication, American University.

 
 Elsie Hull Sprague,  Diver

Elsie Hull Sprague, Diver

January 24 – March 15, 2015.
Opening Reception:  January 24, 2015  6:00 – 9:00 pm

American University Museum, Katzen Art Center
4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW  Washington, DC 20016-8031
 
Museum Hours: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., Tuesday–Sunday  Admission is free.  
Parking is available under the Katzen Arts Center and is free on evenings and weekends

For more information on current and upcoming exhibitions and events, please visit  www.american.edu/museum .