Takiyah Harris

ARTIST'S WEBSITE I was raised in Kankakee, Illinois and came from a hearing Black family. My family shared the narrative stories about the migration from South.  I am a fine art photographer that captures color and black & white photographs from the environment and events.  I focus on different perspectives and evaluate light or [...]

Takiyah Harris2020-03-05T16:36:07-05:00

Donna E. Gustina

Artist's Statement I became deaf at 13 months from meningitis (1949) and am the only deaf person in my family. I met my first deaf person in my second year of undergraduate school in Rochester (1968) which was when I began my journey into the world of Deaf Culture. My first recollection of being creative [...]

Donna E. Gustina2020-01-31T22:55:32-05:00

Allen Ford

Photographer 2001, MFA, Fine Art Photography 1999, MS, Secondary Education, Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, New York 1986, MBA, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California 1979, BA, English, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana. Allen is Assistant Professor in the Business Studies Department at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT. A [...]

Allen Ford2018-09-19T16:13:00-04:00

Robin Bartholick

ARTIST’S WEBSITE »   Robin Bartholick is a commercial photographer/artist who lives and works in Seattle, Washington. He was born and raised in Bellingham, Washington in a log cabin on a lake where, for a short while, there was no heat or hot water. His parents heated water in a tub on the stove, [...]

Robin Bartholick2018-07-16T15:26:43-04:00

Allen Sisters

Article   American Centuries   Pictorial Photographers Bio by Patti Durr Frances (left) and Mary (right) Allen lived most of their lives in Deerfield, Mass. at their family farm.  Frances was born in 1854 and Mary was born in 1858.  They both pursued a career in teaching.  Frances spent at least 10 years teaching while [...]

Allen Sisters2018-09-19T16:44:05-04:00