Garin Horner has been exhibiting award-winning photography for over 25 years and has studied image making with with photographers Joel-Peter Witkin, William Wegman, Joyce Neimanas, Robert Fichter, Carl Toth, and Barbara Kruger. Horner's photography is in the collections of several museums including the University of Michigan Art Museum, the Toledo Museum of Art, the Corcoran Gallery, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and others. Horner's photography has been exhibited in museums such as the Detroit Institute of Arts, The Cranbrook Museum of Art, and the Musee du Louvre, in Paris, France. Horner is also the author of The Photography Teacher's Handbook: Practical Methods for Engaging Students in the Flipped Classroom and a co-author of Teaching Photography, 2nd Edition, and (both published by Focal Press).
In addition, Horner is the recipient of the United Methodist Award for Exemplary Teaching and the Adrian College Creative Activity, Research and Scholarship Award. Horner has been a featured speaker on Effective Teaching at various conferences for the Society for Photographic Education, the Great Lakes Conference on Teaching & Learning, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conferences. Horner is the author of The Photography Teacher's Handbook: Practical Methods for Engaging Students in the Flipped Classroom and co-author of Teaching Photography: Tools for the Imaging Educator, 2nd Edition (both published by Focal Press). Horner obtained his Master of Fine Arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art and is a Professor of Photography at Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan.
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