TAMPA, FL - In conjunction with the Tampa Museum of Art’s Who Shot Sports/Lens on Tampa Bay exhibits, museum officials are excited to to announce, “Vincent Jackson and Matt May in Conversation”, on Wednesday, April 5 at the Tampa Museum of Art.
Join Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rowdies photographer, Matt May and Buccaneers' wide receiver, Vincent Jackson as they discuss the relationship between photographer and athlete. Also, learn about Jackson’s community foundation as well as the role media plays in sports.
Registration and RSVP are required for entry. Tampa Museum of Art members and students are free, while is admission is $15 for not-yet-members. Registration includes gallery access as well as access to the cash bar/concessions from SONO Café on South Terrace.
ABOUT LENS ON TAMPA BAY
Known across the country as a hotbed for professional as well as amateur sports, the Tampa Bay region is blessed with dozens of extremely talented professional sports photographers, who each year capture many thousands of images for local teams and media outlets. Featuring work by eight of these photographers, Lens on Tampa Bay Sports includes some of the best regional sports photographs shot over the last 14 years, from the victories of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII and the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2004 Stanley Cup Playoffs to the College Football Playoff National Championship Game played in Tampa on January 9, 2017.
From both thematic and aesthetic standpoints, many regional photographs could fit well into one or more sections of Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present. Rather than attempting to work local sports photography into a wider ranging exhibition, however, we have chosen to group them together with one another, highlighting not only the beauty, drama, and emotion of sports, but also the many local contributors to the sports photography genre. Thus, for Lens on Tampa Bay Sports, the Museum invited submissions from numerous photographers, selecting 40 images to display here. Featured photographers include Scott Audette, Mike Carlson, Loren Elliott, Kim Klement, Casey Brooke Lawson, Matt May, Skip Milos, and Dirk Shadd.