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Bridget Conn

Bridget
Conn

SPE Member since 2002
Member Region: Southeast

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Feather Lady
Hand-colored inkjet photograph on tea bags, mounted on wood

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Gesture 6
chemigram on gelatin silver paper

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Leaving Piece
Chemigrams on silver gelatin paper, thread

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Cynosure
Hand-colored inkjet photograph on tea bags, mounted on wood

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Gesture 4
chemigram on gelatin silver paper

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Leaving Piece
Chemigrams on silver gelatin paper, thread

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
March
Hand-colored inkjet photograph on tea bags, mounted on wood

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Gesture 1
chemigram on gelatin silver paper

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Leaving Piece
Chemigrams on silver gelatin paper, thread

Bridget Conn

SPE member since 2002
Missing Piece 2
Hand-colored inkjet photograph on tea bags, mounted on wood

about

Bridget Conn earned her BFA in Photography from Tulane University in 2000, and her MFA from the University of Georgia in 2003, focusing in Photography, Mixed Media, and Installation. Throughout the 2000s she taught at numerous colleges in Georgia, and was a member of the Stillmoreroots artist collective based in Swainsboro. There she was an instructor at East Georgia College and focused her efforts into arts education for rural areas, including programs with the regionally-renowned Gallery RFD. She relocated to Asheville, North Carolina in the fall of 2009, where she continued her career as an educator, as well as founded The Asheville Darkroom in 2012, a non-profit photographic center offering classes, workshops, and public access to the community. Bridget returned to Georgia in 2016 to teach darkroom photography as Assistant Professor of Art at Armstrong State University in Savannah.

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