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CRACK OPEN ONE OF THESE BOOKS FOR CAREER SUCCESS

CRACK OPEN ONE OF THESE BOOKS FOR CAREER SUCCESS

Summer is almost over, but there is still time to read a book or two while relaxing by the pool. Cougar News asked a few professors what they are reading this summer and what books they would recommend to students in their fields. If you want to get a jump start on the semester, this

Q & A WITH PHOTOGRAPHY PROFESSOR BYRD WILLIAMS

Cougar News recently spoke with Byrd Williams, professor of photography, about his new book, “Proof: Photographs from Four Generations of a Texas Family,” currently available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, and his philosophy about photography. Why did you write this book? The overarching foundation of this book was predicated on the photographic history of

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CHRIS TITZE NAMED TOP 200 DIGITAL ARTIST

There’s something about Chris Titze’s art that is almost hyper-realistic. The colors seem deeper than you would find in nature. There is more shine to metal. The light falls just right so that your eye is drawn to the intended focus. It’s no wonder that Titze, an associate professor of communication design at Collin College,

PICTURE PERFECT

The photography department presented student work in the annual Photography Scholarship Exhibition, “Pathways.” The show featured the work of scholarship recipients Charlise Hill-Larson, Patricia Hoydic-Allen and Bradley Strickland in addition to other work by portfolio photography students.

PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW BRINGS PEOPLE OUT OF SHADOWS

Collin College Photography Professor Lupita Murillo Tinnen’s latest gallery show, “Immigrant Laborers,” will hang in The University of Texas at Dallas Visual Art Building from now through Friday, July 24. The pieces take documentary portrait photography, then layer in text and other images to create something unique. Cougar News spoke to Murillo Tinnen about the

COLLIN COLLEGE PHOTO STUDENTS LEARN FROM PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS

[Show thumbnails] (Hover over image for descriptions/photo credits) Eight Collin College students attended a private artist-led tour of the Fofofest International exhibit “International Discoveries V” in Houston, Feb. 19. Six international photographers explained their work and their process to the students, who also learned about the social climate the photographers were working in.  

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