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Kay Kenny

Kay Kenny

Adjunct Instructor

Kay Kenny, MFA, is a photographer and painter. Awards include Excellence in Teaching Award from NYU, 4 NJSCA fellowship awards and the Arthur Griffin Legacy Award in Photography. She writes articles on the visual arts for the Photo Review and arts magazines. Numerous one-person shows, most recently in Medellin, Columbia, Taipei,Taiwan, Lubbock, Texas and NYC. Curated several exhibits in NYC and the Southeast Museum of Photography. Her work is in several notable corporate, museum and private collections. Recent publications about her work include Photography’s Antiquarian Avant-Garde, by Lyle Rexer, , Light & Lens,Photography in the Digital Age, & Photographic Possibilities by Robert Hirsch, as well as several other photography books. Photo Insider Magazine featured an interview with her in their June issue 2001.

Currently Teaching

Beyond the Snapshot

Achieve your creative potential by moving beyond the automatic mode of the camera and developing the skills to take great photographs.

In Print: Creating and Designing a Photographic Exhibit as a Photography Book

Curate a virtual group exhibit of your own and your classmates’ photography, and then create an accompanying photographic book.

Advanced Photography: Mastering Camera and Image

Refine your creative and technical skills with a camera, and further develop your understanding of the visual language of photography.

Photography: The Basics

If you are new to photography and digital media, then develop these skills by taking snapshots, portraits, and street and travel photographs.

Photographing NYC: Through the Mind's Eye and the Camera Lens

Find photographic inspiration in New York City, and learn the fundamentals of digital photography.

Photography: New York City Through the Camera Lens

Explore New York City through the lens of your camera and create an image bank of your photography.