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Larry McNeil

Larry McNeil
“In the true spirit of white man I stole this car in my search for America…”

Professor, Photography

MFA University of New Mexico

Larry teaches all levels of photography, including Digital Imaging. He was a past instructor at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM and served as Head of their Two-Dimensional Arts Department. His work has been exhibited throughout the Americas and Europe, most recently at the Center for Creative Photography in Manhattan. He has also been a guest lecturer at such places as the Barbican Gallery in London, The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, The Smithsonian in Washington D.C., as a Visiting Artist at various Universities and in conjunction with his exhibitions. He has earned various Fellowships and Awards over the years, including the “New Works Award” from the national photography organization, En Foco. He has participated in over 55 exhibitions over the past. 15 years as a professional artist and is published numerous books, anthologies, journals, newspapers, magazines and On-line Websites. He has been the Co-Chair of the Boise State University First Nations conference and is Vice President of the Boise State University Cultural Ethnic Diversity Board.

Visit Larry McNeil’s website: fly by night mythology