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Prevailing Through The 1980’s & 1990’s Art Scene

Prevailing Through The 1980’s & 1990’s Art Scene Online

The lecture will find balance between art making and the art market during the 1980’s & 1990’s. As a working artist Joe Ziolkowski navigated the commercial and fine art photography industry while continuing to work on personal portfolios responding to human rights issues, the A.I.D.S. pandemic, and the political unrest that followed.


*Please Note: Presentation contains artistic images of nudity.


Joe Ziolkowski (Jacksonville, FL, United States) received a Masters of Science in Education, Concentration: Art Education from Nazareth College of Rochester. A Master of Fine Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Bachelor of Science from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Implementation of Online training education services to facilitate Virtual Exchange workshops on distant learning, overseeing training to develop inter-cultural assignments. SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence for 2017-18, Scholarship and Creative Activities. Associate Professor of Photography, Art and Art History at SUNY Genesee Community College, Batavia, NY. (2012-2020) He was contracted as Projects and Operations Coordinator, Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL), SUNY Global Affairs Office, Albany, NY. (2018-2019) He has been awarded artist residencies at Visual Studies Workshop (2019), Paul ArtSpace (2016), Jentel Foundation (2013 & 2019), Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts (2012), English Harbour Arts Centre (2011) and Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts (2021 & 2010). His work has been widely exhibited, nationally and internationally and he is the author of two monographs, Walking the Line (1992) and Pressure (1997). 

Wednesday, June 14, 2023
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Central Library
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  Department - Arts & Literature     LGBTQ+ Pride  
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