Join the Allegany Arts Council as we connect our February exhibiting artist, Hannah K. Freeman, with our annual Photography Workshops in an exciting and thought-provoking discussion, Working in Harmony: Exploring Visual & Thematic Connections.
West Virginia University Painting Professor, Hannah K. Freeman and Frostburg State University Photography Professor, Robert Hein, will discuss the visual and thematic connections between Freeman's current exhibit and the work of contemporary photographers. The talk will focus on finding meaningful and relatable points between the two mediums, and to explore how the two can interconnect in the creation of new work.
Hannah K Freeman graduated from Eastern Illinois University (EIU) in 2013 Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and a minor in 2D Studio Art. She continued at EIU to pursue a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Studio Art, specializing in Painting. After earning her MA degree, Hannah was the Instructor of Graphic Design in the Department of Art at EIU for two years. In 2016, she resigned from her position at EIU to obtain her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Painting at the University of Notre Dame. Hannah earned her MFA degree in May of 2019. She has exhibited her paintings across the country, from California to New York. Hannah is currently a Teaching Assistant Professor of Art at West Virginia University, and teaches courses in painting and foundations.
Robert Hein is Associate Professor of Art at Frostburg State University, earned his BFA from Ball State University and his MFA from the University of Cincinnati. He teaches photography and often lectures with various museums and arts organizations on his practices and work of others, taking deeper dives into the photography medium. He is also a practicing photographer often using his own family as subject material.
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Advance registration is required and a Zoom link will be sent to participants the day prior to the event.