3rd Annual Members’ Exhibition
December 3 – 17
Opening Reception: December 3 from 6-8pm. Free but RSVPs encouraged.
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 1pm – 6pm, Fridays 10am – 2pm, and by appointment.
Join us in the DCP community gallery to view the work chosen for the 3rd Annual Members’ juried competition and exhibition, sponsored by Garland Camera!
Each year since its inception as an arts nonprofit, DCP has highlighted the best work of its members through an annual open call. Juried by Dallas-based artist, educator, and photographer Michael Mulvey, the third all-members call for entry welcomed submissions of exceptional photographic work without restriction of theme, age, skill levels, or genre of photography.
The gallery is free and open to all!
Prizes were awarded to the following:
1st Place: Matthew Sims
2nd Place: VC Torneden
3rd Place: Randall Anderson
Honorable Mention: Christine Pybus
The complete list of exhibiting artists:
Randall Anderson | Daniel Ashe | Jim Bird | Bret Bolton | David Brown | Neal Cerpanya | Ann Clark | Christine Cluff | Laura Cronin | Paulette Deutman | Kathleen Donovan | Garrick Hildebrand | David Hudson | Jesse Jackson IV | Clinton Kemp | Crystal Martin | Dave McKinney | Shannen Mlambo | Charles Neuenschwander | Christine Pybus | Paula Selzer | Matthew Sims | Corey Singer | Paul Sokal | Andrew Soueid | VC Torneden
Photo Credit: Randall Anderson, Walkabout, 3rd Place Winner
Main Photo Credit: VC Torneden, American Dreamin’, 2nd Place Winner
Artist, Educator, and Photographer. Michael Mulvey’s work is rooted in the visualization of sociological practices.
His research interests range from capturing the cultural divide along the border with Mexico to the gentrification of West Dallas Neighborhoods, using methods of the documentary, alternative process, and conceptually constructed still lifes to create various pathways to access cultural complexities. His practice includes the use of analog and digital devices as well as site-specific installation and photo sculpture. His most recent work features pictograms made in cameraless space on the film of items collected from the land during the gentrification process. They represent the memory of what came before and are now in a permanent visual record formed in historic photographic processes.
Michael continues his work in journalism where he first started his creative and visual career of storytelling with images. Earning the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in 2006 while a staff photographer with The Dallas Morning News. The award was for coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, America’s most costly weather event, and the beginning of the global warming trend resulting in extreme energy super storms.
Michael holds an M.F.A in Studio Art from the College of Visual Arts at Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas, and a B.S in Journalism from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.