March has five Thursdays, March also marks SFC's six month anniversary. In lieu of a fifth interview this month, we're taking today to reflect on all the exciting things that we've accomplished so far with you by our side.
We have published 24 original interviews, including conversations with renowned artists such as Richard Renaldi and Karine Laval, as well as emerging artists like D'Angelo Lovell Williams, Claire A. Warden, and Natalie Krick, among others. We have also brought you interviews outside of the photographic field, such as conversations with curator Jordan Rockford, AXIS Gallery founders Lisa Brittan & Gary van Wyk, visual artist Jessica Gispert, and performance-makers Ethan Folk and MKNZ.
Lastly, there has been a strong focus on social justice with interviews featuring Mark Strandquist, Taylor Yocom, and Krista Wortendyke. Through these conversations we hope you'll join us in sharing work that engages with current political forces, and/or made by women, people of color, queer and trans artists. Thanks for stopping by the site, engaging your friends with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
In addition to our weekly interviews, SFC organized AGENCY, an exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Ft. Collins, CO. An accompanying publication was also created, featuring the work of the exhibiting artists: Caleb Cole, Laurence Rasti, Krista Wortendyke, Ervin A. Johnson, and Zackary Drucker.
Thank you to everyone engaging in meaningful conversations around the themes and artists featured on SFC. Stay tuned for some exciting things we have planned for 2016!