Art at Morton College – Jennifer Ray / Amanda Clifford

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Jennifer Ray – First Floor Space. Building C

Jennifer Ray has exhibited her photographs widely both in Chicago and nationally, including recent exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Chelsea Art Museum, Hyde Park Art Center, Santa Fe Center for Photography, Art Chicago, University of Toledo, the Kinsey Institute, the Chicago Art Department, and ACRE Projects. Her work is also included in the newly released book …The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography, published by Humble Arts Foundation. She received her MFA in Photography from Columbia College and a BA in Studio Art from Oberlin College, and teaches photography courses at the University of Illinois Chicago, Columbia College, Marwen, and Lillstreet Art Center.

Amanda Clifford – Second Floor Space. Building C

Amanda Clifford is a freelance cinematographer and photographer based in Chicago, IL. She has focused her career on creating socially conscious documentaries and capturing life’s moments from around the world in still photographs. In her years working in the field, she has gained a wealth of technical and artistic experience shooting feature documentary films and creative portraiture. Her photography has been published in a collection of photo books as well as The Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, Time Out Chicago, and Jettison Quarterly. Gallery openings include Chicago and New Orleans. Her work has taken her across the United States, China, England, Germany, The UAE, Pakistan, and Cambodia.

Both shows can be seen at:

Morton College

3801 South Central Ave.
Cicero, IL
Summer Hours: Monday Through Friday 8am-5pm

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