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printletter 13 January/February 1978

Contents: Cover photo and The Stonehenge Portfolio by Paul Caponigro, Photography at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, Paul Hill: Dynamic in British photography, Concerning holography and the collector, Uncertainty about photo papers, print prices.

Final Sound Mix-5.1(Surround Sound)

It has been a big week at the Film/Video residency program at The Wexner Center for the Arts. We have been so busy working on the mix that I haven’t had a chance to go downstairs and take a gander at the Picasso’s and other works in the galleries. 160 more words

Philosophy - An Introduction C2333244

Philosophy examines our fundamental understanding and seeks rational justification for claims made by common sense, science and religion. This course introduces philosophical thinking and argument through an examination of – metaphysics, consciousness, freedom, knowledge, God, the good, and time. 36 more words

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Guest Talk: Paul Hill MBE - British Photographer

One of the more auspicious guests who came to talk to us was  British photographer Paul Hill, a name synonymous for his editorial work during the 1960’s, his more conceptual work – which often involved his family members and his landscape work with it’s repeating motifs. 983 more words

Professional Frameworks III: Photography

American Snapshots 2: Something Real

A woman enters a bookshop on Charing Cross Road, London. The shop specialises in art books, many of them expensive; even paperback editions and more so imported ones. 2,538 more words



On October 5th in 1974, two bombs rocked Guildford, an area south of London. The Provisional Irish Republican Army’s bombing campaign had begun in England and it was brutal and effective. 1,183 more words