Shannon M. Randol

Assistant Professor

Shannon M. Randol
(615) 898-2085
Room 106, McFarland Building (MB)
MTSU Box 0058, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Office Hours

Monday  1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday  9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

and by appointment

Departments / Programs

Degree Information

  • MFA, Washington University in St. Louis (2009)
  • BS, Middle Tennessee State University (2005)

Areas of Expertise

  • Traditional Darkroom Photography
  • Contemporary Digital Photography
  • Color Management
  • Critical Theory
  • Portfolio Production
  • Conference Planning

Publications

Rule Breakers: Angélica Dass—Don't Take Pictures

FLAT journal, vol.1—Self Diagnosis

Approach journal—Washington Univeristy in St. Louis

 

Presentations

2020 - "Finding an Audience for your Work" (Brentwood Photogrpahy Group)

2018 - "Breaking Into Academia" (Panelist, Society for Photographic Education Midwest conference)

2015 - "Untangling the Tenure & Promotion Process" (Panel Moderator, Society for Photographic Education South Central conference)

2013 - "Image as Experience" (Society for Photographic Education South Central conference)

2012 - "High School Photography Curriculum" (Society for Photographic Education South Central conference)

2008 - Guest lecturer at University of Missouri - St. Louis

 

Awards

2020 - FRCAC grant

2017 - Juror's Award (Regional Juried Exhibition 2017)

In the Media

Baldwin Photographic Gallery feature on Nashville Arts Break

2021 - Juror, Art Through the Lens 2021, Yesier Art Center

2017 - "Hermitage, TN" used for exhibition promotion (Regional Juried Exhibition 2017)

2006 - KRCU radio interview (NPR affiliate) 

Click here for current and upcoming exhibitions.

Courses

Spring 2022 Semester Courses:

  • Basic Digital Photography and Imaging (PHOT 1050)
  • Still Digital Imaging (PHOT 3200)
  • Practicum (PHOT 3580)
  • Advanced Digital Printing (PHOT 4500)

Other Courses Taught:

  • Basic Black and White Photography (PHOT 2050)
  • History of Photography (PHOT 3040)
  • Intermediate Photography I (PHOT 3110)
  • Critial Theory in Photography (PHOT 4500)