"From the End of the Analog Era to the Enduring Wilderness" interview with #RobertBurley (IMA Faculty) by @lensculture

"From the End of the Analog Era to the Enduring Wilderness" interview with #RobertBurley (IMA Faculty) by @lensculture

School of Image Arts Professor Robert Burley publishes photobook on Toronto’s natural parklands

School of Image Arts Professor Robert Burley publishes photobook on Toronto’s natural parklands

Annie MacDonell (IMA '00) featured in Canadian Art Magazine | 10 Artists with Forward-Thinking Practices

10 Artists with Forward-Thinking Practices

IMA faculty member Sara Knelman has published a book review of Sally Mann's Hold Still in Source Photographic Review, Issue 83. - New Scandinavian Photography

IMA faculty member Sara Knelman has published a book review of Sally Mann's Hold Still in Source Photographic Review, Issue 83. - New Scandinavian Photography

IMA faculty member Robert Burley's work is featured in 2015's Milano Design Film Festival!

Final frames: Photographer Robert Burley captures the demolition of the Kodak factory buildings in Rochester, New York

OAAG Awards 2014 - Sara Angelucci (IMA faculty) - Exhibition and Installation Award

Ontario Association of Art Galleries website

Freedom Rocks: the Everyday Life of the Wall - Blake Fitzpatrick (IMA Faculty) and Vid Ingelevics (IMA Faculty) - Camera Bar

Freedom Rocks: the Everyday Life of the Wall - Blake Fitzpatrick (IMA Faculty) and Vid Ingelevics (IMA Faculty) - Camera Bar

Game on Cancer - John Tarver (IMA Faculty) - Director of Photography (Emmy Award Winner)

▶ The Detroit Lions have partnered with Josephine Ford Cancer Institute at Henry Ford in the fight against cancer.

George Eastman House Rochester Exhibition - Robert Burley (IMA Faculty) - The Disappearance of Darkness

© Robert Burley—Courtesy of the Ryerson Image Centre Hallway in Coating Alley, Agfa-Gevaert, Mortsel, Belgium, 2007 From: On the Wall: The End of Film

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