Congratulations to faculty Kate Schneider on her exhibition at Soho Photo Gallery in New York!
Kate Schneider, from the series “We, The Heartland”
We, The Heartland is a love letter to the cultural landscape of the prairies. Photographs made along the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route in Nebraska and South Dakota are paired with handwritten letters from local residents to President Obama. The exhibition addresses the cultural complexity found in the heartland, and the unseen threat the proposed pipeline poses to the land.
We, the Heartland, will be on view until July 3.
For more information please visit:
Soho Photo Gallery
15 White Street
New York, NY 10013
Wednesday to Sunday 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Kate Schneider, A completed puzzle in the Senior Centre in Atkinson, Nebraska. May 2013
Congratulations to OCAD U Photo faculty Kate Schneider for the recent reviews of her series We, The Heartlands. To find out what Kate has been up to, check out AINT-BAD MAGAZINE and feature shoot!
Bio: Kate Schneider is a Toronto-based photographer and educator. Her work is based in the traditions of documentary storytelling and ethnography, and her most recent works focus on the impact that land – and the socialized landscape – have on individual and cultural identity in North America.
Kate was recognized by the Magenta Foundation’s 2013 Flash Forward competition, and was published in The National Film Board of Canada’s Highrise project, The National Post, Photo District News, and The Advocate. She received her MFA in Documentary Media from Ryerson University (2009) and her BS in Photojournalism from Ohio University (2004). She is an Instructor of Photography at OCAD University and the University of Guelph-Humber.