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Danielle Head has served as Assistant Professor of Photography at Washburn University since fall 2015. She received her BA in Film, Photography, and Video (2007) from Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts; and an MFA in Photography (2011) from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Her courses explore a broad range of photographic curriculum including: darkroom photography, alternative processes, documentary, the history of photography, professional lighting, contemporary photographic practices, and digital imaging. Her current body of work, Within and Without, traces the pathways of assassin Lee Harvey Oswald; and was selected for inclusion in the Midwest Photographer’s Project at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Illinois. Recent exhibitions of her work include: Within and Without (solo), Lawrence Arts Center, Lawrence KS; Within and Without (solo), Fisch Haus Gallery, Wichita KS; Developing Spaces / Places, Contemporary Art Center, Peoria IL; Bending the Truth, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond OK; and American Collective: Contemporary Reflections of Landscape and Identity, Stitches and Pics, Sackets Harbor NY. 

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