Framing the Presidency

The Aperture foundation will be holding a free panel discussion Wednesday, November 12th about how photography has shaped our perceptions of Bush’s presidency.

“This panel explores the collision of photography, mass media, and politics in examining the role of images in the 2008 presidential campaign and beyond. Artists and media experts share their experiences and explore the power of photography in constructing our image of the presidency.” Aperture Website

Panel Guests:

David Scull, New York Times campaign picture editor

Todd Heisler, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist

Tim Davis, body of work My Life in Politics, irreverently examines American politics

Robert Hariman, Chair of Communication Studies at Northwestern University

Framing the Presidency
Panel Discussion
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
7:00 p.m.
The New School
Tishman Auditorium
66 West 12th Street
(212) 229-5353

About Glasshouse Assignment

Glasshouse Assignment is an advertising artist’s assignment agency. Within our family of photographers and digital artists we offer a mix of commercially-established and emerging talent from around the world. Our vision is to present a diverse roster of talent to serve traditional advertising assignments, editorial assignments, social media needs, along with digital illustration, retouching, and cinemagraph creation. We are excited to represent these talented artists who, like us, value building lasting relationships. Thank you for considering Glasshouse Assignment, we look forward to serving you on your next project.

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