Webber, George

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Webber, George

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George Webber began working at SAIT in 1980 as a photographer for the Educational Services Department.  Eventually becoming the Supervisor of Art and Photography for this department a few years later, his primary role throughout his 22 years of service at the institute has been the creation of an extensive library of images for use in both instructional and marketing purposes.  His career was not limited to this single role, however, as for nearly two decades, George Webber acted as an instructor and coordinator for the Continuing Education Photography program at SAIT, while simultaneously pursuing a career in freelance and documentary photography.  During this time his works would make their way into various notable collections, and can now be seen in not only the SAIT Archives, but also the collections of the National Archives of Canada, the Glenbow Museum, the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Bibliotheque Nationale of Paris, France, as well as those of the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, Germany.

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