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Daniel KarikoDaniel Kariko
Jenkins Fine Arts Center
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Fax # (252)328-6441
karikod@ecu.edu

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Daniel Kariko is an Associate Professor of Fine Art Photography in School of Arts and Design at East Carolina University, in Greenville, North Carolina.

Kariko's images investigate environmental and political aspects of landscape, use of land and cultural interpretation of inhabited space. For the past several years, Kariko worked collaboratively with the ECU Department of Biology's Microscopy and Imaging Facility on Scanning Electron Microscope images of common household pests.

Kariko's work has been shown nationally and internationally in galleries and museums including: Manchester Science Festival, UK; Rewak Gallery, University of Sharjah, UAE; Edinburgh International Science Festival, UK; Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia; Rijeka Foto Festival, Croatia; Fries Museum, NL; Festival della Scienza di Verona, IT; Royal Albert Hall, London, UK; ArtCell Gallery, Cambridge, UK; and Galata Museo del Mare, Genova, IT; Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL; Museum of Florida History, Tallahassee, FL…

Kariko received his Bachelor of Arts degree at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana and his Masters of Fine Arts from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona in studio arts with a concentration in photography.


Daniel Kariko
Daniel Kariko
Daniel Kariko
Daniel Kariko
Daniel Kariko
Daniel Kariko

Angela WellsAngela Wells
Jenkins Fine Arts Center Rm 1115A
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Phone# 252-737-4639 Fax # (252)328-6441
wellsa@ecu.edu

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Angela Franks Wells is a photography-based artist specializing in 19th century photographic processes. As an educator, she is committed to facilitating creative thinking and skilled making with her students. Her recent creative endeavors are about playful investigation and finding levity. She enjoys the lush greenery of the south, proper weather storms, and the benefits of natural humidity in the studio.

She received her BA in Studio Art and Psychology from Scripps College, CA (2000) and her MFA from Arizona State University (2006). Angela is an Associate Professor of Photography and has been teaching at East Carolina University since 2011.

Angela Franks Wells
Angela Franks Wells
Angela Franks Wells
Angela Franks Wells
Angela Franks Wells
Angela Franks Wells