All posts tagged “Athena Torri

Alumni News -Athena Torri, Zoe Buckman

Athena Torri GS’10 is in the group exhibition Life and Learning at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center, Kingston, NY, opening June 10


Zoe Buckman GS’10 is interviewed in Coveteur  ; Zoe spoke on a panel at New York Live Arts

Alumni & Faculty News – Gillian Laub, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Anja Hitzenberger, Noura Al-Salem, Allen Chen, Frances F. Denny, Nicole Horton, Osvaldo Ponton, Balazs Turay, Flemming Ove Bech, Marina Berio, Jerry Vezzuso, Athena Torri

Gillian Laub GS98 is profiled in TIME LightBox Alessandra Sanguinetti GS92 is profiled in the Syracuse Post-Standard Faculty member Anja Hitzenberger GS91 has a solo show Chinese Fast Food at Galerie Reinthaler, Vienna, September 13 – October 19 Scrapped Magazine edited by… Read More

Alumni & Faculty News – Athena Torri, Darin Mickey, Flemming Ove Bech, Spencer Tunick, Lara Tabet

Ann Woo PJ08 , Athena Torri GS10, faculty member Barry Stone, Daniel Kukla PJ08 , faculty member Darin Mickey, and Flemming Ove Bech GS09 are in the group show Blog Re-Blog at Signal, Brooklyn, August 2 – 11

Spencer Tunick GS90 is in the group show The Good, The Bad and The Visionary at The Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery, La Cieneguita, Mexico, August 3

Lara Tabet GS13 is a Juror Pick for the Daylight Magazine Photo Awards 2013

Alumni & Faculty News – Joseph Rodriguez, Joshua Lutz and Athena Torri

Faculty member Joseph Rodriguez GS81 is profiled in Le Journal de la Photographie Faculty member Joshua Lutz MFA05 is reviewed in Ahorn Magazine Athena Torri GS10 is profiled in Photographs On The Brain, the blog for LPV Magazine; Athena also has a portfolio published… Read More

Athena Torri – Alumna GS10 – Italy, USA

Athena Torri – Alumna GS 10 – Italy, USA

What have you been doing since graduating from the General Studies Program?
Since my year with the General Studies Program was my Junior year of undergrad at Ringling College of Art and Design, I am currently completing my Senior year, working on my Thesis which is a continuation of the work I began at ICP. I have also been employed through a design firm, photographing for a magazine called Perspectives.

What impact has the experience of going through the ICP program had on you?
The most significant impact came from the people. I left New York City with a huge support group. Not only from the students I shared my year with but also from alumni, faculty and the constant flow of photographers that use the ICP facilities. It was remarkable to be surrounded by people that have a similar passion. It’s a very competitive and fast environment. I think this changed my life significantly and it certainly changed the way I view photography.

Is there anything that has surprised you subsequent to graduation?
Yes. Going in I never thought I would have learned and grown as much as I did in a year. I actually didn’t even realize how much everything changed until it was over. During the year things go really fast and a lot of information is thrown at you. Finally, after a few months of being away it hits you. It is a great feeling.

What would you say to people contemplating applying to the program?
It is a great opportunity for anyone who is serious about photography or art. It is a challenge that will shape you as a photographer and help you expand. I think everyone I shared my year with entered as one person and left as another. It was remarkable to see everyone grow and change into their new identities as photographers.

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Alumni News

Osvaldo Ponton GS10, Athena Torri GS10, Nicole Horton GS10, Frances Denny GS10 and Noura Al-Salem GS10 have started a Kickstarter Campaign for the future issue of their magazine Scrapped, titled “Future Dinosaur”. Birgitta Lund GS89 photographed Danish chef Rene Redzepi for the December 27 issue… Read More