the Griffin Museum at the Stoneham Theatre

The Elevated Selfie: Beyond the Bathroom Mirror
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July 12, 2016–September 16, 2016

Closing reception September 13, 2016 6:30 – 8:30


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Carol Dass

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Andrew Lucchesi

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Jacinda Russell

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The Elevated Selfie, is a group series that celebrates the conversation around contemporary self-expression. Alongside the selfies are included narratives that express deeper meaning, a collection of key experiences that grapple with trauma or celebrate moments of joy.

The group show, juried by Photolucida’s Laura Moya and Laura Venti, The Elevated Selfie: Beyond the Bathroom Mirror, is featured in the Griffin Museum’s Atelier Gallery at the Stoneham Theatre in Stoneham, MA, July 12 through September 16, 2016. The opening reception will take place on September 13, 2016 from 6:30- 8:30 p.m.

Laura Moya and Laura Venti explain the selfie to be ubiquitous, celebrated, mocked, and curiously irresistible. “In designing this exhibition, we wanted to create a richer dialogue around this vernacular mode of self expression. The goal was to create an exhibit that would go beyond navel-gazing to get at something a little bit deeper.”

The group exhibition includes photographers: Rebecca Akporiaye, Suzanne Beaumont, Sheri Lynn Behr, Beata Bernina, Lika Brutyan, Lorenka Campos, Carol Dass, Elizabeth Bailey Dyer, Shana Einhorn, Cheryl Fallon, Jennifer Henriksen, Erika Huffman, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Kinsey Kline, Lauren Koplowitz, Patricia Lay-Dorsey, Elizabeth Clark Libert, Andrew Lucchesi, Caroline MacMoran, Kelsey Magennis, Susanne Maude, Jennifer McClure, Kathryn Mussallem, Michel O’Hara, David Pace, Catherine Panebianco, Connie Gardner Rosenthal, Barbara Ruffini, Jacinda Russell, Sunny Selby, Ilma Szekeres, Randall Tosh, David Wolf, Shelley Wood, and Birgit Zartl.

Photolucida is a nonprofit organization based in Portland, Oregon an arts organization that provides opportunities and career building programs to connect emerging and mid-career photographers. Their most important mission being to expand, inspire, educate and connect the different photography communities.

Stoneham Theatre is open Monday through Friday, 11am-6pm and Saturday, 1pm-6pm, as well as one hour before each performance. The Gallery can be accessed through Stoneham Theatre's lobby at 395 Main Street, Stoneham, MA 02180.

Stoneham Theatre is a professional non-profit regional theatre that produces 6 Mainstage shows annually, and those shows are a mix of comedies, dramas, musicals, and straight plays. Stoneham Theatre also presents a concert series and offer classes and performance opportunities through the young company for students in grades 1-12. For more information, visit www.stonehamtheatre.org.

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