Explore the Captivating Photography of Catherine Bauknight at “All One World: Turn of the Century 20th-21st” Expo

Renowned filmmaker and photojournalist Catherine Bauknight, often hailed as “A Messenger of Cultural Voices,” will showcase her latest photography exhibit, “All One World Turn of the Century 20th-21st.” This evocative collection captures pivotal moments and influential figures that have shaped the transition from the 20th-21st century such as Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Sting, Muhammad Ali, U.S. presidents and more.

Bauknight’s work has consistently elevated social change and fostered communication across diverse cultures through exhibits like the “Renaissance of the Catawba Indians” and “Hawaii A Voice For Sovereignty.” Her photography serves as a powerful reminder of our interconnectedness and shared humanity.

Experience the Stunning Photography of Catherine Bauknight at “All One World Turn of the Century 20th-21st” Expo with special guests including Leon Hendrix, Larry Namer, Founder of E! Entertainment and Burbank Mayor Nick Schultz.

Date: Friday, July 5, 2024

Media Check In: 6:00 PM

Red Carpet Arrivals: 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM

Event: 7:00 PM PT – 9:00 PM PT

Where: The Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center 1100 W. Clark Avenue Burbank, CA 91506

Event Highlights:

Hawaiian Theme: Embrace the spirit of Aloha with our Hawaiian-themed decor and ambiance, creating a vibrant and immersive experience.
Red Carpet Experience: Join many artists and VIPs, including Burbank Mayor Nick Schultz, musician Leon HendrixLarry Namer, Founder of E! Entertainment, Pulitzer Award-winning photographer Nick Ut, Associated Press staff photographer Damian Dovarganes, world-renowned artist Todd Williamson, and fashion designer Sue Wong, to name a few.
Exclusive Art Viewing: Experience Bauknight’s evocative collection that captures significant global events, cultural knowledge, and technological advancements over the past hundred years.
Meet the Artist: An opportunity to engage with Catherine Bauknight and discuss her inspiration, techniques, and the stories behind her powerful images.


Artistic Legacy:

Catherine Bauknight’s photography has been featured in prominent publications such as The New York Times, USA Today, Time Magazine, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, and The Huffington Post. Her photographs from assignments across five continents are included in the permanent collections of prestigious institutions like Yale’s Beinecke Library, the Women’s Museum in Washington D.C., the Smithsonian Museum, and the International Center of Photography/NYC.

Her work often placed her in challenging and dangerous situations, including being detained in communist and  foreign countries like Peru, Saudi Arabia, and China. Through her lens, Bauknight captures the essence of humanity’s struggle for democracy and freedom. Her philosophy underscores the importance of understanding our shared history to create a unified and peaceful future.

Exhibit Highlights:

“Renaissance of the Catawba Indians”: Showcasing the revival of the Catawba Nation’s cultural heritage.
“Hawaii A Voice For Sovereignty”: Documenting the native Hawaiian struggle for cultural preservation and sovereignty, screened at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., and the United Nations in New York and Geneva.
Technology and Photography: Displaying the evolution from black and white negatives to digital imaging, highlighting the archival quality and historical significance of her work.

Sponsors: Visual Artists Guild

About Catherine Bauknight

Catherine Bauknight: “A Messenger of Cultural Voices,” Catherine Bauknight is a filmmaker and photojournalist. Her documentary films and photographs elevate social change and communication between people of all cultures. Her film “Hawaii A Voice For Sovereignty” has won eight awards, including “Best Global Documentary Film Creating Change” in 2014. She continues to produce documentary films, exploring the connection between culture and fashion

Documentary Projects:

“Hawaii A Voice For Sovereignty”: An award-winning documentary highlighting the native Hawaiian struggle for cultural preservation and sovereignty.
“Renaissance of the Catawba Indians”: Showcasing the revival of the Catawba Nation’s cultural heritage.
Burbank Project: Recently produced and shot a documentary over one and a half years on the construction of the Burbank Sphere, a significant project completed before the construction of the Las Vegas Sphere.


For more information:
 https://www.catherinebauknight.com/

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City: Los Angeles
State: CA
Country: United States
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