Sharon Arts Center School of Arts and Crafts presents:
Robert Sargent Fay
Friday June 25, 2004 7pm
Robert Sargent Fay will explore the artistic possibilities of photography through images he created throughout several decades. He will consider from a photographer's perspective the questions, "What is Art?" and "When is Photography Art?" Fay will focus on the potential for photography to transform a moment in time into the realm of artistic expression.
Robert Sargent Fay is a Professor at Landmark College in Putney, Vermont and a member of the Board of Directors at the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music in Nelson, New Hampshire. He is also a photographer. .
Since 1995, Fay has directed his interest in photography toward people and places associated with the arts. He has created portfolios of photographs for the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire; the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music in Nelson, New Hampshire; the Public Broadcasting Service in Alexandria, Virginia; and Ken Burns/Florentine Films in Walpole, New Hampshire
His most recent project was the creation of still images for the Ken Burns film Mark Twain. His work will be exhibited at the Hancock, NH Library from June 15 to July 30.
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