Center For Creative Photography, UA School of Art, and UA Photography Department present a screening of Lynn Estomin’s Patrick Nagatani: Living In The Story. Living in the Story documents thirty-five years of art-making by photographer Patrick Nagatani. The film portrays an artist deeply concerned with world events, who uses imagery and storytelling to raise awareness about modern anxieties, with an emphasis on the threat of nuclear weapons. Despite the serious content of his subject matter, his innovative images are compelling and entertaining. An engaging raconteur and teacher, Nagatani talks in the film about his projects, his unorthodox photographic techniques, and his subtle weaving together of fiction and fact. Scott Nagatani’s hauntingly beautiful music score provides the film’s soundtrack. Lynn Estomin, Andrew Smith; Owner of The Andrew Smith Gallery, and David Taylor; UA School Of Art Professor, will speak following the screening. Seating in the CCP auditorium is first-come, first-served. CCP Members at Supporter level and above are provided with reserved seating. Please arrive no later than 10 minutes prior to the event start time to claim your seats.
Lynn Estomin is a videographer, photographer and interactive media artist who creates art that speaks to social issues. As an artist who deals with political subjects, she is interested in human stories and what they tell us about society. Her award-winning video documentaries have been exhibited at film festivals internationally and broadcast nationally on PBS. Her web art won awards from Adobe Corporation, The Webby Awards, the Canadian Web Association, the Golden Globe Awards and Cool Site of the Day. Her black/white and color photography and digital images have been exhibited nationally and internationally in solo shows and group exhibitions.
Estomin’s work is part of 65 public and private collections. She has received grants and fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Art Matters Inc., Cincinnati Commission on the Arts, Kodak Corporation, Ilford Corporation, Sony Corporation, SIGGRAPH, the Luce Foundation, Lycoming College and the Women’s Film Project. Lynn Estomin is a Professor of Art at Lycoming College in PA, where she teaches photography, digital art and design.