Angela Bacon-Kidwell
“Why am I here and where am I going?” An exploration of self-awareness, creativity and temporary circumstances
  • Lauren Marsolier
    Transition to a Digital World
  • Josef Astor
    On Assignment: Agenda vs Serendipity
  • Angela Bacon-Kidwell
    “Why am I here and where am I going?” An exploration of self-awareness,...
  • Doug Rickard
    A New American Picture
  • Nadine Boughton
    Adventures in Digital Collage
  • Julie Blackmon
    The Power of Now and Other Tales From Home
  • Richard Ehrlich
    Ansel Adams Would Have Loved Photoshop
  • Connie Imboden
    Reflections
  • Todd Baxter
    Anatomy of Process in the Digital Age
  • Douglas Prince
    Evolving Vision: The Testimony of A Living Photo Fossil
  • Andrea Galluzzo
    Beyond The Photograph
  • Stanley Smith
    Art and Artifice: Constructing Photographs
  • Ted Grudowski, Mike Pucher, Christopher Schneberger
    Three Views on 3D
  • Jodi Cobb
    Inside Closed Worlds
  • Claudia Kunin
    Ghosts, Memories and Mirrors
  • Michael B. Platt with Carol A. Beane
    Transitions
  • Joel Grimes
    The Creative Revolution
  • Greg Downing and Eric Hanson
    Post-Digital: Expanding the Boundaries of Photography
  • Brooke Shaden
    Shocking Your Mind in the Digital Age
  • Jean-François Rauzier
    Hyperphotography
Angela Bacon-Kidwell
“Why am I here and where am I going?” An exploration of self-awareness, creativity and temporary circumstances
Thursday, April 26th, 2012 6:30-8:00pm

In her lecture, Angela Bacon-Kidwell will discuss the ways she has navigated her life through visual expression.  Her work emerges from her journey of recovering a sense of self, strength and spirituality through an examination of her identities as daughter, granddaughter, wife, mother and artist.  She will present work from the acclaimed series Traveling Dream, which features surreal, dreamlike imagery rich in metaphor, as well as from Traces of Existence. This most recent series explores the complex relationship between the fragility of life and the finality of death.  Angela will share some of the answers she has received to the “big” questions surrounding her life while employing photography as a means of artistic and personal growth.

Show more...

Angela Bacon-Kidwell is an award-winning photographer and visual artist who lives and works in Texas. Her photographic work has received numerous awards and honors and been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally. Recent recognitions include Nomination for the Santa Fe Prize for Photography in 2011, Finalist for the John Clarence Laughlin Award, First place in the Palm Springs Photo Festival and First Place in the Texas Photographic Society International Competition.

Show less...
Show less...

Add to:

Copyright © 2014. The Annenberg Space for Photography. All rights reserved.
Privacy & Accessibility Statement
Sitemap