"Push Pinhole Show", 1995 - 2009

Cora Stafford Gallery, University of North Texas, Denton, TX

I created the first "Push Pinhole Show" in 1995 to showcase the creativity and energy of my talented Photography 1 students. We displayed cameras, paper negatives and positives throughout the entire Cora Stafford Gallery. The show has since become a semi-annual tradition and draws viewers from across campus and the wider community. Cameras range from small to large to multi-holed, constructed from a variety of boxes and containers - anything that can be made light-tight. Imagery spans every category and genre of photography, including landscape, portraiture, still life, the figure, abstract light patterns, dreams, fantasy, and politics. This exhibition never fails to surprise and amaze.


UNT Photo 1 Students, "Pinhole Cameras", 1995

UNT Photo 1 Students, "Pinhole Cameras ", 1995

UNT Photo 1 Students, "Pinhole Cameras ", 1995

Kathy Lovas, "Untitled (class group portrait demo", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print, Kodak single-weight matte-surface fiber-based paper exposed in heart-shaped Valentine's Day candy box
camera


Kathy Lovas, "Untitled (class group portrait demo)", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print, Kodak double weight fiber based paper contact printed from paper negative

 

UNT Student, "Untitled (pinhole positive) ", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print
Size: approximately 10´´(W) x 8´´(H
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UNT Student, "Untitled (pinhole positive) ", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print
Size: approximately 10 ´(W) x 8 ´(H)


UNT Student, "Untitled (pinhole positive)", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print
Size: approximately10´´(W) x 8´´(H)


UNT Student, "Untitled (pinhole negative) ", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print
Size: approximately8´´(W) x 10´´(H)


UNT Student, "Untitled (pinhole positive) ", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print
Size: approximately 8´´(W) x 10´´(H)


UNT Student, "Untitled (pinhole negative) ", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print
Size: approximately 10´´(W) x 8´´(H)

UNT Student, "Untitled (pinhole negative) ", 1995
Medium: silver gelatin print
Size: approximately 10´´(W) x 8´´(H)


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