St. Edward's University to host Photocommunications Senior Student Exhibition
Exposed, the St. Edward's University Photocommunications Senior Student Exhibition--the culmination of 4 years of study--opens Friday, March 4 in the gallery of the university's Fine Arts Center. Titled Exposed, this exhibit is a diverse and eclectic mix of highlights from the portfolios of 11 senior students, and includes a range of black and white as well as color photographic images.
"We don't have an area of specialization in the Photocommunications program at St. Edwards," said Sybil Miller, professor of Photocommunications. "We teach a diverse approach to the medium, and let the students choose their specialization based on their interests. That choice is reflected in this exhibit."
Since 1980, the Photocommunications program has offered a broad curriculum of photography, photographic history, digital imaging and multi-media courses. The exhibit is an illustration of this curriculum.
The student photographers are: Joline Aasal-Ban, Caroline Cohoon, Edward Cruz, Amber Dalgliesh, Ginger Hardeman, Maria Huong Le, Michelle Lambing, Mariscela Mendez, Courtney Pierce, Nikki Stephenson and Natalia Zamarripa.
- Who: The St. Edward's University Photocommunications program
- What: Photocommunications Senior Student Exhibition
- When: Friday, March 4-Sunday, April 3. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 8
a.m-5 p.m., Sunday 1-4 p.m. Free and open to the public. An opening
reception will be held Friday, March 4 from 6-9 p.m.
- Where: The St. Edward's University Art Gallery, located in the Fine Arts
Center. (3001 South Congress Avenue)
For more information about the exhibit, contact Stan Irvin, Gallery Director, 448-8685.