Dawn Roe serves as Assistant Professor of Art. She teaches a variety of photography and digital media courses and a rotating selection of topics courses that focus on contemporary concerns of lens-based media. Her studio practice involves the singular and combined use of still photographs and digital video and is concerned with themes of perception, time and memory.
Dawn’s recently completed project, Goldfields, was exhibited as a triple-screen installation at Screen Space, Melbourne, VIC, Australia (2012) and will travel to White Box at The University of Oregon, Portland, OR (2013). A multi-media exhibition of this work is scheduled for The Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State University, Murray, KY (2013). Her work has also been included in solo and group exhibitions at such venues as Newspace Center for Photography in Portland, OR, The Light Factory Museum of Contemporary Photography & Film in Charlotte, NC, Beam Contemporary in Melbourne, VIC, Australia, The Orlando Museum of Art in Orlando, FL and The Naples Museum of Art in Naples, FL.
Dawn has received funding for her work from The United Arts of Central Florida, The Associated Colleges of the South/Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and The Society for Photographic Education. Her artwork and writing has been featured in many print and on-line publications including SHOTS, Fraction Magazine, Urbanautica and fototazo.
Dawn holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Marylhurst University in Portland, Oregon and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art from Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois.
For more information on Dawn Roe's work visit www.dawnroe.com