The Digital Media Gallery is located in the Mass Communications building on Franklin Ave and Fourth Street across the street from Lycoming College's main campus. The exhibition openings are free and open to the public. All other public viewings are by appointment.
The Digital Media Gallery is dedicated to showing the work of new media artists. If you are interesting in submitting your work for an exhibition please contact the Gallery Director Leah Bedrosian Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amanda Kline: Speculation on the Trajectory of Human Kind
"Speculation on the Trajectory of Human Kind" is a video and photography exhibit by alumna Amanda Le Kline in the Digital Media Gallery from Feb. 26 to March 20. An artist lecture will be held Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 1 p.m. in the Fine Arts Lecture Hall. An artist talk and opening reception is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the gallery, which is located in the Communication Building, at the corner of W. Fourth and Franklin streets. Both the lecture and the reception are free and open to the public.
Kline earned a bachelor's degree in photography from Lycoming in 2008 and is an MFA candidate at Ohio State University. She will screen several videos, including "Queen Ugha" and "Xugha is Hungry," as well as display a number of large-scale photographic portraits of the characters that she invents.
"Through a feminist lens, I am exploring a revisionist version of the history of humans concerning our evolution from apes to Homo sapiens and hypothesizing what may come in the distant future," Kline said.
Andrew Stanbridge: THERE AND BACK
March 31 - April 30, 2011
Stanbridge will lecture about his work on Wednesday, March 30th 2-3 p.m. in the Fine Art Lecture Hall, Lycoming College.
Please join us on Thursday March 31st 4-5:30 p.m. for the opening reception.
The lecture and exhibition opening are free and open to the public.
All other exhibition viewings are by appointment.
Lycoming College is pleased to present THERE AND BACK, a solo exhibition by Andrew Stanbridge in the Digital Media Gallery at the Mass Communications building on Franklin Avenue, Williamsport, Pa. This is Stanbridge's first exhibition at the Digital Media Gallery.
Stanbridge has been hopping across the "other" pond exploring and making 'fotographs' of beaten and unbeaten streets, dirt roads and superhighways in Asia for the past 12 years. Over this time, his work has addressed many issues including westernization, post-conflict rehabilitation, little known conflicts, the sex industry, unexploded ordnance, religious oddities and environmental tragedies. This work has been published and exhibited internationally in a straight photojournalist form. When he is not in the back of pickup trucks on mining roads, gunning motor scooters through Bangkok markets or hoping for old Russian planes not to disintegrate midair, Stanbridge likes to redress his more arcane imagery with various inks, stickers and other variables he collects along the way. This often happens late at night with old friends (collaborators). In a way, he hopes that a weird 'fotograph' can go beyond the weird. In another way, he believes he's probably just dealing with PTSD.
For his exhibition at Lycoming College, Stanbridge will be showing arcane digital prints of bombs, shamans, temple paintings, army dudes and brothels amongst other things. All with a patina of other imagery to further the original oddities exposed to the camera. There will also be a two channel psychedelic bomb explosion video sequence displayed amongst the two dimensional work.
Stanbridge received his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University in Boston, MA. In 2002, he was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Research Fellowship to continue his photographic work in Thailand. He has been the recipient of numerous grants, most notably, the Stevenson College Grant and the Elena Baskin Grant. His work has been published by Aperture, Pinhole Journal, Chiang Mai Citylife, and The International Herald Tribune. He has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally.