Angie Dodson is the director of the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in Montgomery, Alabama. She has worked with photography and photographers across her career and is delighted to have the opportunity to survey the work of contemporary photographers.
It is Ms. Dodson’s hope that the work that emerges from the entries reflects the broadest possible spectrum of creativity:
From both established and emerging practitioners;
Photographers who are pioneering new ways of using traditional and new photographic methods, boldly presenting new content and imagery;
Those whose work reflects traditionally underrepresented lived experiences;
Work that is breathtakingly beautiful;
Prints that are technically masterful;
Photos that push the boundaries of the medium;
Work that allows us to reevaluate our past; and
Imagery that allows us to connect with today's complex and pressing social issues.
Dodson received her Bachelor of Arts, Art History from the University of Florida and her Master of Arts in Teaching, Museum Education from the George Washington University. She has served on the staff of the Museum of the New South, the Octagon Museum of the American Architectural Foundation, and Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens.
To meet our sponsors see the "Sponsors" tab. This program/project has been made possible by a partnership that includes the National Endowment for the Arts and The Alabama State Council on the Arts. A sincere thank you to all our sponsors for their support!