DocuFlorida II: Projections
Noelle McCleaf, S.S. Minor, Venice, Florida, 2017, archival pigmented print, 30"x40"
Noelle McCleaf is a photographer exploring themes of memory, relationship, and identity in the southern landscape. Born and raised in Virginia, Noelle received her BFA from the Ringling College of Art and Design, and her MFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, both with a concentration in Photography. Her work has been shown in national and international exhibitions, including at the Camden Image Gallery in London, The Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado, and at the Slow Exposures photography festival in Zebulon, Georgia. Publications that have featured her work include Blink Magazine, Fraction Magazine, Ain't-Bad Magazine, Southern Glossary, Accent Magazine, Feature Shoot, Lenscratch, and Plates-to-Pixels. She is currently a Visiting Professor of Photography and Imaging at the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida.
Open Call For Artists 2018:
Established, emerging, and nascent artists and photographers are invited to submit their digital image files to the DocuFlorida II: Projections and Prints Open Call For Artists.
All open call images selected for exhibition will be digitally projected, and may include video, digitally captured images, and scanned images from film. Submissions should address the environment in the rural and/or urban landscapes of the region. We are seeking works with an interpretive lens focused on socio-cultural and socio-spatial conditions of natural and built environments of our larger region, which is deeply informed by river systems, gulf waters, and their associated industries and economic enterprises. By zooming in on a regional level, we hope to share this point of view with global communities at large.
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