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Hines featured in Catalyst Interviews article; selected for residency in Norway

Jessica Hines, The Transmutation of Memory #23
Jessica Hines, The Transmutation of Memory #23

Photography and Digital Imaging Professor Jessica Hines recently was interviewed by Michael Kirchoff of Catalyst Interviews. The article discusses her series “My Brother’s War” as well as several of her other recent projects.

Hines also was selected from a worldwide pool for an artist’s residency at the Sunnhordland Museum in Norway. There are a total of six artists going in two groups of three (spring and fall), originating from Russia, Belgium, France, Norway. Hines’s stay is slated for 2021. 

Hines’s work also will be analyzed by a doctoral candidate at Florida State University. Mallory Nanny was recently granted the Luce/ACLS Ellen Holtzman Dissertation Fellowship in American Art which provides $40,000 to support her dissertation project “Framing Absence: Photographic Narratives of the Vietnam War.” Nanny will analyze photographic series by two well-known Vietnamese American artists, An-My Lê and Tiffany Chung, as well as work by BFSDoArt Photography Professor Jessica Hines, as “case studies that reconstruct fragmented memories and critical experiences into complex, diaristic narratives.” 


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