Since their origin in the earliest years of photography, photograms have captured the fascination of photographers, painters, and other artists. These images are made without the use of camera, allowing for spontaneous creativity.
Caregivers and children ages 4 and up are invited to participate in this fun, hands-on introduction to the darkroom.
Megan Hosmer is a Tulsa-based artist and 2019 graduate of the University of Tulsa, where she earned degrees in art history, photography, sociology, and museum studies. Megan is primarily a photographer – both digital and analog – but enjoys experimenting with different mediums such as collage and printmaking. As both the daughter of a professor and a lover of adventure, she has traveled extensively throughout her life, both within and outside of the US. This exposure to different cultures and values has shaped her artistic exploration of social justice and identity.
During her undergraduate studies, Megan completed Womanhood | Motherhood, a two-year project in which she photographed women and mothers throughout Tulsa. Photos from this project have been featured in various exhibitions in the United States including a 2017 show at Stiches and Pics, a woman-run gallery in Sackets Harbor, New York. In the spring of 2019, Megan had the opportunity to live and study abroad in Prague, Czech Republic. As someone brought up with a primarily Western-focused education, she discovered through this experience the vital role of art in social movements throughout Central Europe. Megan finds her artistic inspiration from the stories of those around her and continues to use her art to bridge barriers in her community.
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