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Acclaimed photographer Ruddy Roye presents lecture at SIU on April 11

A professional camera hangs around a photographers neck in black and white photo
Miss Zhang

Jamaican-born documentary photographer Radcliffe Roye will present a free, public lecture on Thursday, April 11, at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Roye, who goes by the professional name, Ruddy Roye, will present “When Living Your Culture Becomes a Protest,” at 7 p.m. in the Wham Education Building, Room 105.

Roye’s accolades include his selection as Time Magazine’s 2016 Instagram Photographer of the Year.

Roye’s lecture, presented by the School of Art and Design’s Visiting Artist Program, is in tandem with Culturally Responsive Practices Conference and Symposium, which begins at 8 a.m. Friday, April 12, on campus.

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