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Nationally recognized photographer Milly Moorehead West will bring her works to Meridian Community College’s Miller Art Gallery for its next exhibit. 

“There is no way that I can explain the joy I had in putting this exhibit together,” West said in her artist statement. Some 30 images, ranging in titles from “Smiling People in a Dress Shop, getting ready for a special evening,” to “Pink Pontiac, Highway 16,” will be displayed when the show begins Wednesday, Oct. 13, and continues through Tuesday, Nov. 16. 

The opening reception is Thursday, Oct. 14, from 4-5:30 p.m. in the gallery that’s located in Ivy-Scaggs Hall. Campus and community residents are invited to attend. 

West, a two-time recipient of the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Award in Photography and former owner of Southside Gallery in Oxford, earned her master of fine arts degree in photography from the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma. 

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Peter C. Bunnell, who over a 35-year career at the Museum of Modern Art and Princeton University transformed the history of photography from a side interest among professional photographers to a rigorous academic discipline, died on Sept. 20 at his home in Princeton, N.J. He was 83.

Malcolm Daniel, an executor of his estate who studied under Professor Bunnell and is now a curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, said the cause was melanoma.

It is a measure of Professor Bunnell’s success that today photography is unquestionably accepted as both a fine art and a discipline worthy of historical scholarship. Things were different in the late 1950s, when he entered college: He had to struggle to find professors, let alone programs, that took the subject seriously.

“There were lots of schools where you could learn to take pictures,” he said in an interview with The New York Times

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