Photo by Sila King
Photo by Morgan LaCasse
Photo by Paul Orr
Photo by Skye Del Viscio
Photo by Alex Lau
Photo by Acacia Johnson
Photo by Camilla Jerome
Photo by Ellie Huntress
Photo by Madeline Muhlberg
Photo by Ke Peng
We are pleased to announce the Flash Forward Festival’s Annual College Student Exhibition, Undergraduate Photography Now (Part 2). This is a showcase of New England’s most talented student photographers that will be held in conjunction with the Festival’s 6 exhibitions, 3 outdoor installations and a fantastic line-up of professional, artistic and community programming from May 1–4 in Boston at the Fairmont Battery Wharf.
This is an exhibition of the best college Juniors and Seniors enrolled in a college photography program in any of the New England States: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, or Vermont, during the 2013–2014 academic year. All formats and categories of photography were excepted to highlight the vast talents of these future photography professionals and artists.
The work was juried & curated by Jonathan Gitelson and Greer Muldowney.
- Anna Bassney, New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA)
- Alberto D’Agostino, New England Institute of Art (NEIA)
- Skye Del Viscio, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt)
- Nick DiNatale, New England School of Photography (NESOP)
- Ellie Huntress, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
- Camilla Jerome, Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD)
- Acacia Johnson, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)
- Sila King, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt)
- Cassandra Klos, School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA)
- Morgan LaCasse, Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD)
- Alex Lau, Emerson College
- Jiayi Liu, Hampshire College
- Alyssa Minahan, New England School of Photography (NESOP)
- Madeline Muhlberg, School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA)
- Chloe Nixon, Keene State College
- Paul Orr, Keene State College
- Ke Peng, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)
- Matthew Plaks, Harvard University
- Paul Puiia, Clark University
- Brittany Roberts, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt)
- Zak Rose, Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD)
- Will Russack, School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA)
- Nick Schietromo, New England Institute of Art (NEIA)
- Cat Walker, Clark University
- Jennifer Wolfe, University of Southern Maine
Jonathan Gitelson  is an Assistant Professor of Art at Keene State College and currently resides in Brattleboro, Vermont. Jonathan earned a BA in literature and photography from Marlboro College in 1997 and a MFA in photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2004.
Jonathan’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States, Canada and Europe and is in the permanent collection of numerous institutions that include The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Milwaukee Art Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art New York and The Albert and Victoria Museum in London. He is the recipient of the College Art Association’s Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Fellowship, a Vermont Arts Council Grant Grant and the City of Chicago Community Arts Assistance Program.
As an artist, Jonathan works in a variety of mediums that include photography, artist books, video, installation, web based projects and public art. His work was recently featured in the “2012 deCordova Biennial” at the deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA.
Greer Muldowney  is an artist, photography professor and independent curator based in Boston, Massachusetts. She received an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Studio Art from Clark University, and an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has acted as the Curator for the Desotorow Gallery in Savannah, GA and is the Regional Coordinator for the Flash Forward Festival on behalf of the Magenta Foundation. Muldowney also serves as an active member of the Board for the Griffin Museum of Photography, and currently teaches at Boston College and the New England Institute of Art.