Women Photographers


Independent Visions Panel Discussion

Saturday March 20 1-3 pm at
UCR/California Museum of Photography


Karen Barber, curator of Independent Visions, moderated a panel discussion on art historical and political issues concerning women in photography. The panelists included artists Sant Khalsa and Jo Ann Callis and art critic Michelle Pacansky.

Each of the panelists brought a unique voice to a discussion rooted in both historical and contemporary issues concerning women in photography. Jo Ann Callis and Sant Khalsa are both photographers and photography educators (Callis is Professor of Art at the California Institute of the Arts; Khalsa is currently Professor of Art at California State University, San Bernardino.) Michelle Pacansky is a photography historian, currently completing her M.A. in art history at the University of California, Riverside. Karen Barber is the Education and Information Coordinator at UCR/CMP, and curator of the Independent Visions exhibition.

Streaming video from the Independent Visions Panel Discussion is available by clicking on the links below. You will need the RealPlayer G2.

Here are streaming video clips from the panel:

Karen Barber
intro / welcome

Sant Khalsa
on landscape

Sant Khalsa
on Ansel Adams

Jo Ann Callis
on her own work

Michelle Pacansky
on women photographers

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