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Faculty Updates: Elinor Carucci, Will Varner, Lorenzo Triburgo

NEW EXHIBITIONS AND MORE FROM SVA CONTINUING EDUCATION FACULTY

What’s new with SVA Continuing Education faculty? How about new exhibitions, publications, lectures, workshops, and more? We have updates to share with you from Elinor Carucci, Will Varner, and Lorenzo Triburgo.

Elinor Carucci's new book, Midlife, is now available. Reviewing Carucci’s work for The New Yorker, Kristen Roupenian writes:

"If you are drawn to Carucci’s work, you are probably a person who knows what it’s like to look at things too closely. You know how uncomfortable that can be, but also how satisfying. You know what it’s like to stare at things that other people might prefer to look away from; you are familiar with the impulse to showcase the parts of yourself that other people would prefer that you hide."

Carucci is also featured in Aperture's latest release, "PhotoWork: Forty Photographers on Process and Practice." Learn more about Carucci's work in Aperture's panel discussion on October 15.

Will Varner will lead a workshop at the Apple Store, part of The Big Draw Festival. Varner will reveal ways to combine words and visuals to tell a compelling story. "You’ll discover how he weaves together language and imagery to leave a lasting impression."

Lorenzo Triburgo delivered a keynote lecture for the SPE NW Regional Conference at the University of Fairbanks in Alaska. Lorenzo also gave an artist talk in NYC to students visiting from Western Washington University. Meanwhile, Lorenzo continues work as one of four artists selected for the Camera Club of NY Baxter Street Workspace Residency in 2019.

Learn more about Lorenzo Triburgo is this interview with the Museum of Non Visible Art.

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