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LYNN ESTOMIN’S PATRICK NAGATANI: LIVING IN THE STORY

February 8 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Free

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.

Details

Date:
February 8
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://ccp.arizona.edu/exhibitions-events/events/lynn-estomins-patrick-nagatani-living-story

Venue

Center for Creative Photography
1030 N Olive Rd
Tucson, AZ 85721 United States
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Phone:
(520) 621-7968
Website:
https://ccp.arizona.edu/
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