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March 01-04, 2018

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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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Janna Rice

Janna
Rice

SPE Member since 2014
Member Chapter: Mid-Atlantic

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Ephemeral #1
Archival pigment print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Ephemeral #2
Archival pigment print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Ephemeral #3
Archival pigment print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Ephemeral #4
Archival pigment print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Ephemeral #5
Archival pigment print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
You Never Knew
Archival pigment print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
The Girls
Archival pigment print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Untitled Sabatier #1
gelatin silver print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Untitled Sabatier #2
gelatin silver print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Untitled Sabatier #3
gelatin silver print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Untitled Sabatier #4
gelatin silver print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Untitled Sabatier #5
gelatin silver print

Janna Rice

SPE member since 2014
Untitled Sabatier #6
gelatin silver print

about

Janna Rice is an artist and educator living in Baltimore, Maryland. She teaches photography and oversees the gallery program as Exhibitions Educator at The Park School of Baltimore. Janna holds a B.F.A. in Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art and an M.F.A. in Studio Art from Towson University.

Janna's photo narratives reference nature and biology, personal identity, stereotypes, and gender roles. Her work often examines motherhood and the myths of the feminine ideal and often reflect on the human condition.



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