Emily Rogers is a professional artist and educator living in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her research as a photographer examines forms of architecture as artifacts of the past. Partnering with historic preservationists and urban planners, Emily documents and archives the changing landscape of working class neighborhoods. She is currently a Visiting Professor of Photography at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, USA.

Contact eannrogers@yahoo.com

Visiting Professor, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI

Former Program Director, Sierra Arts Foundation, Reno, NV

Former Instructor, Univeristy of Nevada, Reno, NV

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Jill Blackmore Evans, 20 Photos from the New Generation of Suburban Photography, Format Magazine, November 2016

Brad Bynum, Every Shade of Brown, Reno News and Review, February 2014

The Holland Project, Bathed in Sunshine, Covered in Dust, Exhibition Catalog, February 2014

Sarah Lillegard, Voices From the Arts, Reno Gazette-Journal, April 2013

The Photo Review, Volume 30, Issue 4, March 2013

Sarah Lillegard, The Presence of Time, Exhibtion Essay, June 2012

Nick Coltrain, Artists Install New Art at Carson City Courthouse, Nevada Appeal, June 2012