My Photographic Life: Photographs by Joe Long on exhibit through July 11

Left to right: Director of Art on Campus Linda Cassel, photographer Joe Long and Dean of Arts, Design and Media Arts Bernadette Jacobs celebrate at the opening.

From SFCC's Continuing Education office Maria Montoya and Paloma Trujillo-Anaya tour Joe Long's exhibit. Long has taught with the CE program for 11 years.

Santa Fe Community College Advisor Melba Ramos, who studied photography with Joe Long celebrates with him at the opening of his exhibition.

Photographer Joe Long talks with SFCC's Director of the Center of Book Arts and Printmaking Patricia Pearce and her husband Frank.

Students and community members viewed Joe Long's photo exhibition.

The exhibition, “My Photographic Life: Photographs by Joe Long,” opened on June 13 with a festive reception. The exhibit will run through July 11 at the Visual Arts Gallery. The 93-year-old photographer shared work that spanned 70 years. He reflects, “My involvement with SFCC now totals twenty years as a photography student, lab monitor, tutor and as a teacher for 11 years.” He is currently co-teaching a class in Night Photography through Continuing Education with his son Michael Long, who also teaches painting through Continuing Education.

Joe Long “Artist Statement 2019”

Moving through the many stages of life the images reflect my visual interest at the time. I have always enjoyed the process.

Presently, showing examples of my work with figurative beauty, portraits, still life, landscapes, documentary, and my ongoing fascination with multiple images, also showing examples of my professional work.

I hope that my photographs will be an inspiration to you today and in the future.

For more information, contact Director of Art on Campus Linda Cassel, linda.cassel@sfcc.edu or 505-428-1501.

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