Photography: The Document

October 14, 2011, Chao Auditorium,

University of Louisville


First Communion, St. Augustin Church. Caufield & Shook Collection, Photographic Archives, University of Louisville.
2-44 St. Augustine

8:30 AM Registration & coffee

9:00 10:00 Morning Keynote Speaker

Tom Rankin, Director, Center for Documentary Studies, Associate Professor of the Practice of Art and Documentary Studies, Duke University

Cruel Radiance: Photography and the Documentary Imagination

10:00 11:00 Panel One: Photography and Community

J. Blaine Hudson, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, U of L

Photography and Memory: Creating an Image of the Louisville African American Community

Matt Wrbican, Archivist, The Andy Warhol Museum

Warhols Communities

Bill Carner, Photo Wrangler, Photographic Archives, University of Louisville

Other Louisvilles

11:00 11:15 Coffee Break

11:15 -12:15 Panel Two: Photography and Conflict

Ed Grazda, Photographer, Instructor at International Center for Photography

Kabul 1992; 1997; 2001-2002

Rwandan Genocide Massacre Site, Ntarama. December 1994. Photo by Molly Bingham.
001 RWAZAI.jpg

Molly Bingham, Photographer and Filmmaker

A View from There

Lucian Perkins, Photojournalist

Far From Home

 

12:30 1:45 Lunch at the University Club and Booksigning

2:00 -3:00 Panel Three: Historical Contexts

Elizabeth Reilly, Curator, Photographic Archives, U of L

Historypins: Employing Photographs as Historical Records

Louise Jones, Director of Special Collections and Library, Kentucky Historical Society

The Ronald Morgan Postcard Collection

Sue Wrbican, Associate Professor, Art and Visual Technology, George Mason University

Unfinished Inquiries

3:00 4:00 Afternoon Keynote Speaker

Shelby Lee Adams, Photographer

Salt and Truth

4:00 5:00 Opening Reception Following the Conference

Hite Art Institute, Schneider Hall, University of Louisville

Guy Mendes, 40/40; Patrick McDonough, Louisville Wrestlers