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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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Martina Shenal

Martina
Shenal

SPE Member since 1999
Member Chapter: Southwest

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Fujisawa (ladders)
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Mt. Omuro
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Aftermath (typhoon)
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Omikuji (Prayer tree)
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Floating Island, Kanagawa Prefecture
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
21st century
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Fujisawa (wrap)
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Suizenji Garden (Fuji-san)
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Enoshima (south view) Kanagawa Prefecture
Archival pigment print

Martina Shenal

SPE member since 1999
Suizenji Garden (jima)
Archival pigment print

about

Martina Shenal is an Associate Professor of Art in the Photography division at The University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ. She earned her MFA from Arizona State University and a BFA from The Ohio State University. She currently serves as the Associate Dean in the College of Fine Arts at the University of Arizona.

For her professional work, Shenal has received numerous grants and fellowships including two Professional Development Grants from the Arizona Commission on the Arts, a Visual Art Fellowship from the Tennessee Arts Commission, a Western States Art Federation/National Endowment for the Arts Regional Fellowship, and a UA Confluencenter Faculty Collaboration Grant. Her work is included in the permanent collection of the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, New Mexico State University Art Museum, Sedgewick CMS, among others.

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