Will Jacks’ work featured in ‘Southland’ exhibit at Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans

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The "Southland" exhibit is a survey of landscapes depicting the American South. Jacks was asked to contribute work for this collection.

Troy University Assistant Professor of Photography, Art, and Design Will Jacks is featured in the current exhibition, “Southland,” at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans.

Curated from the museum’s permanent collection by Richard McCabe, the museum’s Curator of Photography, “Southland” is a survey of landscapes depicting the American South. This exhibition delves…

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‘Portraits of Alabama’ photography exhibit on display at Troy University’s International Arts Center

This photo by Charles Moore captures scenes of Civil Rights protestors in Birmingham being hit with high-pressure water hoses.

This photo by Charles Moore captures scenes of Civil Rights protestors in Birmingham being hit with high-pressure water hoses.

An exhibit of photographs of scenes and people of Alabama, on loan from The Do Good Fund collection in Columbus, Ga., is on display at Troy University’s International Arts Center through Nov. 18.

Lauren Henkin’s photograph “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness” is also a part of the exhibit.

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Thursday reception set for Will Jacks’ ‘Absolute Rest’ exhibit at TROY’s International Arts Center

A reception for Will Jacks'

A reception for Will Jacks' "Absolute Rest" exhibit will take place March 3 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the International Arts Center.

Troy University Assistant Professor of Photography Will Jacks is using his latest exhibit, “Absolute Rest,” as an opportunity to push the boundaries of what is generally thought of as traditional photography.

The exhibit is currently on display at the University’s International Arts Center, and a reception will be held on Thursday, March 3, beginning at…

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