A Sense of Place:
Contemporary Images of Lincoln Parish

a juried exhibition of photographs

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A Sense of Place: Contemporary Images of Lincoln Parish attracted 240 entries from all around Lincoln Parish. 55 images were selected by the four jurors to hang in the exhibit at Bank of Ruston for the month of December. During the month of January, all entries will be displayed on the senseofplacephoto.com website.

The jurors for the exhibition were Joey Slaughter, artist and Associate Professor of Art at Louisiana Tech; Dr. Lisa Nicoletti, Professor of Art History and Visual Studies at Centenary College, Kevin Kennedy, artist and former art faculty member at Louisiana Tech, and Dr. Sandra Lee, Interim Chair and Associate Professor, Mass Communication, Grambling State University.

The top twelve images were selected by the jurors to receive a purchase prize, and were included in the "Postcards From the Parish" set for sale to benefit NCLAC (North Central Louisiana Arts Council).

The postcards include the photographs of:

Jeff Perot, Welded Shadows
Kenan Irving, To Infinity... and Beyond
Sarah Graham Pullin, Chandler Road
Adam Mullins, Dancing Bull
Frank Hamrick, Love Seat
Jenn Kilpatrick, Melting
Jeffery Anderson, Night Train Downtown
Henry McCoy, Milky Way Over Pines
Jonathan Clayton, Bulb
Keith Chevelle Matthews, Your Move
Noula Rodakis, 749
Pam Dance, Fall at Townsend House

"Postcards from the Parish" are on sale for $21 per set of 12 at Townsend House Gifts, Trenton Street Interiors, the Fashion of Ruston, and the Visitor’s Center in Ruston.

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