LUCEO at LOOK3
We are pleased to announce the next stop of our traveling group exhibition at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph, hosted at The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative in Charlottesville, VA. The show, titled ‘Altered States: The Way We Live Today,’ will be on desplay throughout the month of June with an opening reception for the festival on Thursday, June 9 from 10pm-1am and a closing reception on Saturday, June 11 from 7pm-9pm. Brian Paul Clamp, owner of CLAMPART, a NYC gallery specializing in modern and contemporary paintings and photography curated this year’s event. LUCEO will also be debuting a group multimedia piece produced by Leo Kim with an original score by LUCEO Partner Tyler Strickland. In addition to limited edition fine art prints, a limited edition exhibition catalog designed by Deb Pang Davis and edited by Mike Davis will be for sale. We look forward to you taking part in this exciting event.
ALTERED STATES: THE WAY WE LIVE TODAY
LUCEO Traveling Group Exhibition
Curated by Brian Paul Clamp
The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative
209 Monticello Road
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 9, 2011 from 10pm-1am
Closing Reception: Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 7pm-9pm
Limited Edition Catalogue designed by Deb Pang Davis and edited by Mike Davis available for purchase.
The Bridge PAI is located just across the Belmont Bridge from the Downtown Mall.
Original score by LUCEO Partner Tyler Strickland
Production by Hyunsoo Leo Kim
Content contributed by all LUCEO Members
Student Project Award
The judging and announcement of LUCEO annual Student Project Award will take place during this year’s festival events with an open judging to take place Thursday afternoon. Read more about the award and our finalists here.
Limited Edition Exhibition Catalog
The limited edition exhibition catalog was created by LUCEO Partners, former National Geographic editor and designer team Mike Davis and Deb Pang Davis.
Youth Outreach Project
LUCEO is also thrilled to partner with Bridge PAI as part of the Southwood Youth Photography Project directly after the festival conclusion. The program will bring students from the Southwood Mobile Home Park and Charlottesville’s Westhaven community together with LUCEO members to learn basic photography skills and get feedback from working industry professionals.
We will also be featuring a brief dynamic presentation from our sponsor for the show over at Once Magazine.