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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Brett Kallusky

Brett
Kallusky

SPE Member since 2004
Member Chapter: Midwest

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
Mozia, Sicily
Archival Inkjet Print

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
NoPoem #1

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
354376 N 120 8856 W - Cayucos, CA
Archival Inkjet Print

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
Erice, Sicily
Archival Inkjet Print

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
NoPoem #2

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
4759'3" N 8848'1" W - Isle Royale, MI
Archival Inkjet Print

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
Baia, Campania
Archival Inkjet Print

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
NoPoem #3

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
3436'24" N 1204'9" W - Solvang, CA
Archival Inkjet Print

Brett Kallusky

SPE member since 2004
Napoli, Campania
Archival Inkjet Print

about

Brett Kallusky was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1975, and currently lives and works in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kallusky received a BFA from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 1998 (photography/printmaking) and a MFA in photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2005. He has had recent exhibitions at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Bethel University and through the Italian Cultural Center. Kallusky is the recipient of the Miguel Vinciguerra Fulbright Fellowship to work on a photographic project entitled Viaggio con Le Viste, in Italy, and two Minnesota State Arts Board Artists Initiative Grants to continue his photographic exploration in Florence, Italy and publish a book of his Italian imagery. Kallusky is currently a full-time faculty member and assistant professor in the art department at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.

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