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Elder Gallery Exhibit Looks Through the Lens of Motherhood

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"Princess" by Suzanne Revy of Carlisle, Mass.
"Alastair Bird" by Sheila Talbitzer of Omaha.
"Curio" by Heather Evans Smith of Winston Salem, N.C.

Nebraska Wesleyan's Elder Gallery features a photography exhibit that explores children’s lives through their mothers’ camera lenses.

“Time In: Refocusing the Lens of Motherhood” runs through February 21. The exhibition — curated by Larry Gawel of WorkSpace Gallery in Lincoln — features 11 contemporary female photographers and mothers who have chosen their children as the subject matter in their photographic work while transcending the notion of the snapshot or the school portrait.

Featured artists include: Rocio De Alba, Middle Village, New York; Elizabeth Claffey, Bloomington, Ind.; Joy Christiansen Erb, Youngstown, Ohio; Tytia Habing, Watson, Ill.; Alaina Hickman, Omaha; Toni Pepe, Malden, Mass.; Suzanne Révy, Carlisle, Mass.; Heather Evans Smith, Winston Salem, N.C.; Sheila Talbitzer, Omaha; Jessica Tampas, Chicago, Ill.; and Jamie Tuttle, Evanston, Ill.

Elder Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday-Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.

A panel discussion with the curator and artists Alba, Habing, Révy, Tuttle and Talbitzer will be held Friday, February 5 at 4 p.m. Together they will share their thoughts on what transcends a snapshot, how one makes an image of a child have universal appeal, career vs. family for women in the arts, and technological advances for photographing children, among other topics. A reception will follow from 5 to 7 p.m.

Elder Gallery is located inside the Rogers Center for Fine Arts, 50th Street and Huntington Ave. Admission and parking are free.