Students' black-and-white photography on display in library
The show, which opened Dec. 12 and runs through Feb. 27 (possibly longer), features two silver gelatin prints from each of the 13 students, along with an artist’s statement. (Watch for more Penn College News coverage of the exhibit in January.)
“The work was most excellent this semester!” Wilson enthused.
The second-floor library display joins another on the first floor that showcases work by students enrolled in Digital Photography (PHO 150).
PHO 210 is designed to promote artistic development and visual literacy, as well as help each student identify, articulate and define a personal vision. There is also a technical emphasis on refining the craft of printmaking and advancing the knowledge of photographic equipment and darkroom techniques.