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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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Kelly Joslin

Kelly
Joslin

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: Midwest

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Manuel's Dream
Giclee Print

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Tenebrous
Palladium Print

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Hickory Hill, Room 37B
Giclee Print

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Accession
Gelatin Silver Print on Fiber Based Paper

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Fading Away
Giclee Print

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Constrain
Palladium Print

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Andalusian Dream
Giclee Print

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Tread
Gelatin Silver Print on Fiber Based Paper

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Last Days
Giclee Print

Kelly Joslin

SPE member since 2012
Elements of Danger
Palladium Print

about

Kelly Joslin is a Professor and Chair of the Art Department at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. Kelly began teaching Art History and Art Appreciation courses at Sinclair in 1998. She holds an Associate of Arts degree (A.A.) in Liberal Arts with an Art History emphasis from Sinclair Community College; a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) in Humanities - World Classics from Antioch University-McGregor, a Master of Humanities Degree (M.Hum.) in Art History & Philosophy from Wright State University, and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership - Higher Education Administration from the University of Dayton.

Kelly is an exhibiting artist. Her work focuses on experiments with Non-Silver/Alternative photographic processes - Cyanotype, Van Dyke Brown, Gum Print, and Palladium. These experiments have allowed her to create photographs that appear more expressive and painterly. Kelly also works experimentally with digital photographic images.

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