On show: December 1 to February 28
Artist Reception: Tuesday, December 5; 6pm-8pm
Jesse Barnett has worked in the music business since 1994, but didn’t point his lens toward the stage until 2014.
Home-office based since 1999, he took up photography in 2012 as a reason to get out from behind his desk and leave the house. With his full-time job as an independent record promoter taking him to industry conferences centering around nonstop performance showcases, his camera eventually found its way into the venues. While his colleagues made fun of him at first, calling him the paparazzi, they soon made sure he had the passes he needed when their artists came to town.
In addition to concerts, Jesse regularly shoots live theatre, headshots, portraits, and landscape photography. He is also continuing to work his way around the shores of Cape Cod for his ongoing Beach Blur series.
Born outside of New York City and raised near San Francisco, Jesse graduated from Emerson College in Boston with a degree in Advertising & Public Relations. He and his family have been Easton residents since 2003.
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About the Gallery
The Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Gallery calls for local visual artists to submit samples of their work to be showcased in a gallery setting inside the theater on a bi-monthly basis. Our gallery is located at: 1 School Street, Foxborough, MA.
We will continue to present local artists working in a variety of mediums with curated themes and companion events featuring local performers, speakers and businesses.
Members of the public are invited to visit the gallery during upcoming ticketed events and on specific event nights designed to foster an inspirational experience while enjoying beverages from our concession area and mingling with other local creatives. Upcoming dates will be announced as they are finalized.
All are welcome!
Gallery Events are supported in part by a grant from the Foxborough, Attleboro, Mansfield and Sharon Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.