University president and avid photographer? WGNS' Bryan Barrett reports on a special art exhibit on display at MTSU...
MTSU President Sidney McPhee tells of the beauty and wonder of China's past, its undeniable progress, and evolution through his photography that illustrates the people's history, traditions, and contemporary life. Comprised of 15 years of photographic work and more than 300 images the exhibit promotes a positive new understanding of a modern China that is a rising economic and cultural world power. Dr. McPhee's work speaks not as a mere tourist, but as a pictorial account that reflects the human connections and personal accounts of his Chinese friends and colleagues who accompanied him throughout an incredible journey across an extraordinary country.
MTSU Arts Patron Society Receptions open to individuals interested in supporting the arts at MTSU and membership in the Patron Society. All Todd Art Gallery receptions, exhibits and lectures are free and open to the public. The gallery is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. closing only for federal, state, and university holidays and exhibit installations.