Chris Reader, one of the organizers of this exhibit, took pictures of IMSA students, staff and faculty during a two day studio session in IMSA Media Services.
Jean Bigger, IMSA IRC Technical Support Services Supervisor and the other organizer of the exhibit, said that more than 180 members of the IMSA student body, faculty and staff agreed to have their photos taken. All who participated were asked to share their name, age and how they self-identified. A list of words used to self-identify is on the IMSA Facebook page of this album (see the link below).
The result of the two day photo session is the 66 photographs exhibited on the walls of the IRC, which were mounted and displayed as they were processed. The remaining photos will be displayed as a slide show on the monitor outside the west entrance to the IRC.
The photos will also be added to an album on IMSA’s facebook page, which is at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152831832113609.1073741960.124393508608&type=1
In addition to Chris Reader, the photographer, and Jean Bigger, the organizer, the following people helped make this exhibit a reality: Clay Sewell and Robert Schiltz handled exhibit design and installation; Amy De La Torre, Emily Rader, Joseph Jagusah, Anna Borromeo, Chinyere Kemet, Puja Mittal, Nicole Aldridge handled production and assembly; Adrienne Coleman promoted the exhibit; and IMSA Media Services and Marketing were also involved.