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Images iconic and intimate
Summer 2015

Photographs by Vivian Maier and iconic images from the Corbis collection were featured at the WSU Museum of Art in spring 2015.


Categories: Visual arts
Tags: Photographers, Photography, WSU Museum of Art


A Hidden History
Spring 2012
In 1992, Frank Hirahara ’48 sent his daughter Patti to Yakima to help his elderly parents pack up their home for their move to Southern California.What had at first seemed a chore turned into a treasure hunt as Patti unearthed letters, ...
Categories: Library and museum studies, History
Tags: Photography, World War II, Internment camps, Japanese-Americans


Are our pictures worth a thousand words?
Winter 2011
You decide. With 12 months of photos from our magazine We selected some of our best photos from the past few years and created a calendar of scenes from around the state for you to savor all year long. Sizes range from a small 7" x 5½" desk v...
Categories: Washington State Magazine
Tags: Photography, Calendar


The end is the beginning. A photo essay
Fall 2008
A Chinese native who was born during the Cultural Revolution, Jian Yang '08 found his artistic self somewhere in between his home country and the United States. That understanding of the in-between is perhaps why, on a visit home after spending some time here in graduate school, he discovered a fascination for the disappearing tradition of rural Chinese opera.
Categories: Visual arts
Tags: Photography, China, Theatre


Viewing life through the lens of a camera
Fall 2004
After a dozen years as a photojournalist with KIRO-TV, Brian Miller left the security of a television-station job in 1998 to start his own company, Wide Angle TV.Two factors influenced his decision-time and money. And he yearned to be independent....
Categories: Journalism, Alumni
Tags: Photography


A Winner: Small-World Photomicrography
Summer 2004
This photograph of a thin copper film surface by former Washington State University materials science student Megan Cordill won 16th place in Nikon's 29th annual Small World Comp...
Categories:
Engineering, Fine Arts
Tags: Awards, Materials engineering, Photography

Architecture from the Weapons of War
Spring 2004
Homes constructed from artillery shells. Military tanks used as foundations for bridges. Flowerpots that were once parts of missiles. In Afghanistan, a generation of war has resulted in a strange new architecture, built from the implements of dest...
Categories: Fine Arts, Architecture and design
Tags: Weapons, Photography, Afghanistan


Continuous History
Summer 2003


Categories: History
Tags: Photography, Immigration