Exhibit highlights a decade of Binghamton University photography
A retrospective photography exhibition featuring the work of Binghamton University photographer Evangelos Dousmanis will open with a reception at 4 p.m. Friday, October 8, in the Art Museum. The reception is free and open to the public.
For nearly 10 years, Dousmanis has captured and defined the image of the University, recording the daily life and major events that have marked Binghamton University’s milestones. He was hired as the University photographer in January 1995, as Binghamton was preparing to celebrate its 50th anniversary. In the nearly 10 years since he was hired, the campus has seen unprecedented growth, not only in its physical landscape, but also in its academic and research mission, its national stature and its community connections. And Dousmanis has recorded it all.
In recognition of Dousmanis's contributions to shaping the image of Binghamton University, the University Art Museum and the Binghamton Foundation are collaborating on the exhibit and book of his photography. The 96-page hardcover book will include 60 color and 40 black and white photographs.
For more information, call the Binghamton University Alumni Office at 607-777-2431, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit homecoming.binghamton.edu