Putting on the Dog: The dog as photographic subject
This is the third year that the International Cultural Center has acknowledged the dog days of summer with an exhibition of photographs showing dogs in all their diversity. The exhibit is perfectly suited for the ICC, since of the 150+ breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club, only a handful originated in the United States. The country of origin of each breed is noted on the exhibit labels, so you will have the opportunity to learn something about your favorite breeds while enjoying the photographs.
Photographs by the following: Paul Aguilar, Blayne Alaniz, Jeanne Bertonazzi, Fran Bohannon, Matt Bukin, Robert Cason, Kaci Cechan, Debbie Cox, Katie Crossley, Amlan Datta, Jeff Driver, Kelly Duenes, Andrea Elliot, Veronica Ellis, Christi Felton, Willa Finley, Sandy Fortenberry, Margaret Freeman, Gordon Hampton, Roxi Hardegree, Tom Heisey, Cynthia Henry, Tif Holmes, Allen Holth, Dylan Hope, Amy Kim, Muralidhar Lalagiri, Mark Magsanay, Philip Marshall, Susan McFadden, Darrell Miller, E. Holly Moore, Nancy Neill, Whitney Paschall, Liz Inskip-Paulk, David Pike, April Pilley, Thelma Pilley, Mary-Katherine Plowman, Patricia Plowman, Naveen Rajendrapandian, Karen Reams, Cranston Reid, Brian Ridge, Mac Rowley, Joni Sanders, Brandi Schreiber, Christena Stephens, Ken Tsai, Margaret Vugrin, Judith Wilmington.
Reception: July 27th, 5-7 pm. Exhibition on display through August 17, 2012
International Cultural Center of TTU
For more information: 806-742-2974, ext. 232
This exhibition is made possible, in part, by a grant from The CH Foundation