JKC Gallery “Third Thursdays” Monthly Photography Artist Talk Set For January 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

JKC Gallery “Third Thursdays” Monthly Photography Artist Talk Set For January 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Trenton, N.J. — “Third Thursdays,” the common every month photography presentation and artist talks at Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC’s) James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery at 137 North Broad Road in Trenton, will consider area January 20, 2022 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. 

This month’s emphasis is on the works of New Jersey artist Ryann Casey, and photographer and visible explorer Flora Fanzutti. The show is curated by Heather Palecek and Habiyb Shu’Aib and the community is invited. Reservations are demanded.

Hosted by Michael Chovan-Dalton, Director of JKC Gallery, the occasion will acquire place this month on the Zoom conferencing platform. 

“JKC Gallery starts off off the New Yr with two remarkable guests for our Third Thursday month to month celebration,” stated Chovan-Dalton. “Ryann Casey is a good friend and spouse to the JKC Gallery. Ryann lately curated ‘Before, Immediately after – Reflections on the Armenian Genocide’ at Stockton University and ‘The Mark and the Memory’ proper below at the JKC Gallery with me.”

“We will also be welcoming Flora Fanzutti who will be becoming a member of us just about from Lyon, France,” claimed Chovan-Dalton. “Flora was just highlighted in ‘Analog Forever’ Journal and will be aspect of the ‘Experimental Photo Festival’ in Barcelona this July.”

About the Artists

Ryann Casey is a New Jersey-based mostly artist, curator and educator. Casey retains a Bachelor of Arts in photography with a slight in gender experiments from Stockton College together with a Master of Good Arts and Grasp of Science in pictures and art history from Pratt Institute. She presently performs as an Adjunct Professor of Pictures, Artwork Record and Significant Principle at Stockton College, Mercer County Group School and Rowan University. Casey’s present-day photographic and curatorial initiatives emphasis on themes of decline, trauma and memory. 

Casey’s “Third Thursdays” emphasis proceeds the “Loss Event” concept that Casey clarifies as an exploration of “the intersection of personalized decline with the ongoing danger of weather alter and environmental degradation, particularly through the filter of memory and mourning.” The venture was based in the U.S. Countrywide Park program and commenced shortly right after the sudden death of a shut buddy. Casey was encouraged by her friend’s daily life as an avid character fanatic and, for a time, park ranger.”

Casey stated, “Loss Celebration is an hard work to fully grasp how grief can form the way we go by way of the planet and how reduction can be felt in both deeply non-public spaces as perfectly as publicly in areas of grandeur.”

Additional can be identified about Ryann Casey at https://www.instagram.com/ryann.casey/

Flora Fanzutti visually explores the living subject of images. 

Fanzutti, who is primarily based in Lyon, France, does not see photography as a fastened time with set memories. Fanzutti explained, “It’s as alive as our marriage to it it is really as transforming as our recollections them selves.”

Among other notable accomplishments, Fanzutti is a long term artist at “the MGB” photographic studio in Lyon. Due to the fact 2015 she has been a pictures teacher at SEPR — a vocational schooling center in France — whilst performing with artist intervention and conferences at the ENSAL architecture school, Sciences Po Paris and other schools. She also invested two years in Australia as a photographer.

By way of her experimental explorations, Fanzutti seeks to reveal a dialogue in between representation and help. She clarifies, “Experimental processes are a way to intervene manually and bodily on the materiality of the guidance alone, bringing incidents and mysterious. I dialogue and travel with these new territories, and I provide back some shots, as an explorer would.”

Much more can be found about Flora Fanzutti at https://www.florafanzutti.com

About “Third Thursdays” at JKC Gallery

“Third Thursdays” artist talks have been began by Heather Palacek and Habiyb Shu’Aib as a system for artists to showcase their function to the Trenton and the regional community. The activities quickly arrived at an audience from New York to Philadelphia. With the introduction of hybrid virtual and in-human being displays, JKC Gallery now attributes artists from across and over and above United States with a global audience get to. 

For much more data about registration visit JKCGallery.on the web.

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Positioned at 137 North Broad Street, Trenton, New Jersey, Mercer County Local community College’s JKC Gallery is a gallery for images and lens-dependent perform from international and regionally-observed artists. To learn extra about displays and registration requirements, such as Zoom hyperlinks, you should visit JKCGallery.on-line. You should contact or e mail [email protected] for Gallery several hours and in-man or woman visits. JKC Gallery will be operating digital demonstrates via social media accounts and its neighborhood gallery web site. 

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JKC Gallery “Third Thursdays” Monthly Photography Artist Talk Set For January 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m.


“Third Thursdays,” the well-liked regular photography presentation and artist discuss at Mercer County Local community College’s (MCCC’s) James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery at 137 North Broad Avenue in Trenton, will consider put January 20, 2022 from 6:30  to 7:30 p.m. This thirty day period will feature the functions of New Jersey artist, curator and educator Ryann Casey, and photographer and visible explorer Flora Fanzutti from Lyon, France. The community is invited in human being or by means of the Zoom conferencing system. Reservations are required. To register, please visit JKCGallery.online or e-mail [email protected]. (Poster credit: JKC Gallery, Ryann Casey and Flora Fanzutti.) 



Flora Fanzutti from Lyon, France will be a aspect artist at this month’s “Third Thursdays,” the common regular pictures presentation and artist chat at Mercer County Local community College’s (MCCC’s) James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery at 137 North Wide Street in Trenton. (Image credit history: “Sea” by Flora Fanzutti)



New Jersey artist, Ryann Casey, will exhibit her performs and choose thoughts at JKC Gallery’s “Third Thursdays,” on January 20, 2022 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. by way of the the Zoom conferencing platform. For data and to register go to JKCGallery.on the internet or e mail [email protected]. (Photograph credit history: “Mesa Verde” by Ryann Casey)