Shelby Lee Adams Exhibit Now Open in The Baldwin Photographic Gallery


Shelby Lee Adams self portrait

The photography of Shelby Lee Adams will be exhibited in The Baldwin Photographic Gallery from October 24, 2016 through January 19, 2017. The gallery is located on the second floor of the Bragg Building on the MTSU campus. The exhibit titled “Relationships” is composed of portraits of residents of the Appalachian region of Eastern Kentucky.
The photographer and author will be visiting campus on November 17 for a special lecture as well as a reception of his exhibit in The Baldwin Gallery.

Born in Hazard, Kentucky, Adams gained an understanding of the plight of the Appalachian region at an early age. His photography focuses on the relationship of the people of Appalachia and their lifestyle.

The October 28th installment of EMC’s Friday Forum will feature a screening of “The True Meaning of Pictures, “a documentary film about Shelby Lee Adam’s work. The screening will take place in the Bragg Building room 104 at 1 p.m. For more information about the author and photographer visit his blog.