“Binghamton’s Castle: Its History and Recent Developments”: gallery talk at University Art Museum on Thursday

“Rode around with committee appointed by the citizens of Binghamton to look for a site for the institution.”
Diary entry: April 14, 1858 – Joseph Edward Turner

Screen Shot 2015-10-21 at 9.34.17 AMGet the whole story of Binghamton’s Historic “Castle on the Hill” this Thursday.
A Presentation by Roger Luther
Thursday, October 22 at 5:30pm at the Binghamton University Art Museum

Faculty Activities: Hans Gindlesberger, Department of Art and Design


Hans Gindlesberger, Untitled (slide), from the series I’m in the Wrong Film. Image courtesy of http://www.gindlesberger.com.

Hans Gindlesberger, Assistant Professor in the Department of Art & Design, presented a paper, “Incursions: New Technologies in the Territory of Photography” at the Festival Internacional de Fotografia in Belo Horizonte, Brazil on October 4th.  Gindlesberger also has three different projects in upcoming exhibitions. Eight prints from his series “I’m in the Wrong Film” are part of the Plain Airs: Contemporary Takes on Reality and Realism show at the Indianapolis Art Center through November 22.  Work from “Weighing the Rain” is part of the Size Matters exhibition at the Medium Festival of Photography in San Diego, October 24 – November 23.  And “Street Scene,” a collaboration with Milwaukee-based photographer Jon Horvath, is included in the Society of Photographic Education Southeast Regional Juried Photographic Exhibition at Clemson University, October 2 – January 28.