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april, 2021

02apr(apr 2)10:00 am23may(may 23)5:00 pmTPS 29: The International Competition | Texas Photographic Society @ Buddy Holly Center

Event Details

TPS 29: The International Competition
Texas Photographic Society
Buddy Holly Center
Fine Arts Gallery
1801 Crickets Avenue

April 2nd-May 23rd
Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm; Sundays 1-5pm

The Buddy Holly Center is thrilled to host the Texas Photographic Society’s
flagship traveling exhibition, TPS 29: The International Competition.

This exhibition opened in Houston’s The Silos at Sawyer Yards on October 23, 2020, and has since traveled across the state to Lubbock after a stop at The Center for Contemporary Arts in Abilene.

TPS 29: The International Competition features work by 50 different artists across the United
States. From California to New York, Utah to Maine, Oregon to Georgia, these photographs have
a wide range of style and subject matter that is both timely and striking.

Juror Elizabeth Avedon selected 50 images for TPS 29: The International Competition. A
complete list of the exhibiting artists is below.

Alejandro Abarca | Paul Adams | Talya Arbisser | Terry Barczak | Brandin Barón | Craig
Becker | Ken Beckles | Gary Beeber| Keith Blandford | Judy Brown | Annette LeMay Burke |
Kevin Campbell | Cheryl Clegg | Mark Coggins | Lily Colman | Francis Crisafio | Sharon Draghi
| Catherine Fairchild | Nicholas Fedak II | Felipe Garcia | Lauren Gayeski | Steve Goff | Anna
Grevenitis | Chris Grismer | Kathleen Tunnell Handel | Melinda Harvey | Ellen Jantzen | Leslie
Jean-Bart | Jamie Johnson | Cynthia Johnston | Paul Kessel | Karen Klinedinst | Sisel Lan |
Marilyn Maxwell | Molly McCall | Calli McCaw | Kent Meister | Linda Morrow | Catherine
Panebianco | Jelisa Peterson | James Ritchie | Don Russell | AJ Schnettler | Forrest Simmons |
Chaddy Dean Smith | JP Terlizzi | Whitney Toutenhoofd | Sandra Chen Weinstein | Alan
Wieder | Lisa Winner

TPS 29: The International Competition will be open and free to the public in the Buddy Holly
Center’s Fine Arts Gallery from April 2 to May 23, 2021.

For more information about this exhibit, our virtual exhibition, or museum resources that you can
access from your home, please visit our website

For artist features, artifact spotlights, and more, join us on social media @BuddyHollyCenter.



April 2 (Friday) 10:00 am - May 23 (Sunday) 5:00 pm



1801 Crickets Avenue