Picturing the World Speaker Series

Starts 7:30 PM
Thursday Mar 27, 2014
JBD Lecture Hall, Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

Join us for a talk by photo editor Alice Gabriner titled "Contemporary political photography: A look at media access and official photography, from out front to behind the scenes. Are the pictures we see real?"

Alice Gabriner, a photo editor formerly at TIME Magazine and the White House, will describe what a photo editor does and explain the editing process. She will show examples of TIME's political coverage and pictures released by the White House, in order to explore the differences between open press, behind the scenes, and official access. She will offer insights into the changing climate at media organizations and how that has impacted what we see.

Co-sponsored by Academic Program, Anthropology, Art and Art History, English, Human Rights and Humanitarianism, Institute for Global Citizenship, Media and Cultural Studies, MESIC, Political Science, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality

This event is for: Alumni, Students, Staff, Faculty, Parents and Families and Public

Sponsored By: Anthropology, Art and Art History, Media and Cultural Studies, Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC), International Studies, Political Science

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