Fri, Oct 9, 2015


MTSU's Baldwin Photographic Gallery Celebrates 50th Anniversary Monday With New Home In Mass Comm Building

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MTSU’s nationally renowned Baldwin Photographic Gallery celebrates its 50th anniversary when it reopens Monday afternoon at 4:00 in new quarters on the second floor of the Bragg Mass Communication Building. 
Pioneering photographer Jerry Uelsmann, who first exhibited his work in the Baldwin Gallery in 1974, and his wife, fellow photographer Maggie Taylor, also will present a special lecture at 6 p.m. in Room 221 of the Learning Resources Center.
The Monday evening's events include a special ribbon-cutting event at 7:00 o'clock with MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee; College of Mass Communication Dean Ken Paulson; the chairman of MTSU’s Department of Electronic Media Communication, Billy Pittard; Baldwin Gallery curator and MTSU photo professor Tom Jimison; and more. Uelsmann and Taylor also are expected to stop by the gallery after their lecture to visit with those enjoying the exhibit on display.
You can learn more about the Uelsmann/Taylor exhibit and the Baldwin Photographic Gallery at
Parking will be available in the Honors Lot, located directly east of the Bragg building off Blue Raider Drive, as well as the Mass Communication Lot to the south. A searchable campus map with parking details is available at


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