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Keynote Speaker

Mishka Henner

Friday, November 04 - 7:00PM to 8:30PM
Proscenium Theatre, Pima Community College

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The Internet and the geospatial age have changed everything we thought we knew about photography. Events and non-events are captured from a myriad of angles by a tireless network of drones, satellites, close-circuit cameras, and amateur photographers. Where there was once a single viewpoint there are now many thousands. In this golden age of perspectives, the infinite array of documents uploaded to the web offer unprecedented opportunities to reveal the workings of our world.

Mishka Henner is among a new generation of artists redefining the role of photography in the internet age. Much of his work navigates through this vast digital terrain to focus on key subjects of cultural and geo-political interest. In this presentation, he'll focus on his working methods and the controversies surrounding his projects.

Pima Community College, West Campus
Center for the Arts
Proscenium Theatre

2202 W. Anklam Road
Tucson, AZ 85709
(520) 206-6986

Pima Community College Map:

Sun Tran bus lines to Pima Community College
Sun Tran – Bus Routes 3 & 5 from UA to Pima Community College West Campus, Route 3 via 6th Street (access Route 3 west bound at Campbell Ave. at 6th Street or Euclid Ave. & 6th Street). Route 5 via Speedway Blvd. (access Route 5 west bound at Campbell Ave. at Speedway Blvd., Park Ave., or Euclid Ave).

• Sun Tran Bus Route 3 Map:

• Sun Tran Bus Route 5 Map:

Parking at Pima Community College West Campus
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The University of Arizona does not offer ground transportation to Pima Community College West Campus.


Mishka Henner
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