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Description: View Sean Smith's business profile as Chief Operating Officer and Corporate Services at ART & FRAME Warehouse and see work history, affiliations and more.
Sean Smith - COO / Corporate Services Artistry and photography are two interests that define Sean from an early age and have remained constant focal points throughout the course of
life. Sean's passion for the arts led him to the University of Dallas - a private school whose curriculum is designed around classical liberal arts education. The University's core curriculum consists of coursework in Art and Architecture, Philosophy, Literature, Theology, Politics and Western Civilization. During
passion and knowledge of art by spending a semester studying Art and Architecture in Rome, Italy. Throughout the semester abroad, Sean traveled extensively in Europe. During
travels, Sean had the opportunity to study the historical buildings and paintings from Classical to Modern art.
first-hand experiences laid the foundation for a breadth of knowledge of different art and mediums and further nurtured
love of photography and worked for the school yearbook as the Photography Editor. Sean received a B.A. in History with a concentration in Art.
Speakers include: Deanna Bowen, Alfredo Jaar, Steven Loft, Philip Monk, Kim Simon, and Shawn Michelle Smith.
Shawn Michelle Smith is Associate Professor of Visual and Critical Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
work focuses on the cultural history of photography in the United States, with special attention to representations of gender and race.
has written several books about photography and visual culture, including American Archives. Gender, Race, and Class in Visual Culture (Princeton 1999), Photography on the Color Line: W. E. B. Du Bois, Race, and Visual Culture (Duke 2004), and most recently, At the Edge of Sight: Photography and the Unseen (forthcoming, Duke).
is also co-author with Dora Apel of Lynching Photographs (California 2007), and co-editor with Maurice Wallace of Pictures and Progress: Early Photography and the Making of African American Identity (Duke 2012). This year