Photo exhibit examines contemporary Columbia landscape

The Columbia Museum of Art presents Columbia Now: Four Photographers Show Us Our City, an exhibition highlighting our hometown as interpreted through photographs by four local photographers.


Columbia Now is a selection of 24 photographs by Vennie Deas Moore, Robert Clark, Eliot Dudik, and Meg Griffiths that paint a portrait of a city. The works form an up-to-the-minute document about the city of Columbia including snippets of residents as well as landscape and architecture. Columbia Now is part of a city-wide marking of the 150th anniversary of the burning of Columbia. The show stresses Columbia’s emergence as a vital city within the American landscape, one that has risen from the ashes to be a home for a diverse and forward-moving community.

Jan 9, 2015 – Apr 5, 2015

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(This exhibit qualifies for extra credit for students in J448.)

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