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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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Lupita Murillo Tinnen

Lupita Murillo
Tinnen

SPE Member since 2001
Member Chapter: South Central

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Age 3, Culinary Arts/ASL
Giclee Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Child Care Worker
Digital Inkjet Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Celia, Factory Worker, arrived at age 19, Uriangato, Guanajuato
Archival Inkjet Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Angelica, Building Cleaning Worker, Queretaro
Archival Inkjet Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Age 2, Interdisciplinary Studies
Giclee Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Construction Laborer
Digital Inkjet Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Gerardo, Welder, Mexico City
Archival Inkjet Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Rene, Construction, arrived at age 25, Guanajuato
Archival Inkjet Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Age 14, American Sign Language
Giclee Print

Lupita Murillo Tinnen

SPE member since 2001
Cook, Fast Food
Digital Inkjet Print

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Lupita Murillo Tinnen is Chair of the Photography Department at Collin College. She earned a PhD in Humanities with a major in Aesthetic Studies from the University of Texas at Dallas, an MFA in Photography from the University of North Texas and a BA in Photography from Texas A&M Commerce. Dr. Tinnen is a past board member and treasurer of the Society for Photographic Education and is the current treasurer for the Texas Photographic Society. As a practicing artist, her work deals primarily with cultural and personal issues stemming from her background as a first generation Mexican American.

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