Spring Break, Research Project & Student Art Exhibit

This is to say: 

  1. Have a great spring break whatever you do. 

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2. Upon return to class on Monday, March 20 we will begin at 9:15 am promptly with presentations for everyone’s Research Project.

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Find the guidelines here (Research Project Guidelines). If very stuck, check out this list (Research Project Prompts). 

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3. I will bring this up in class on the 20th (and other times) but please consider being part of the Student Art Exhibit this spring.

This year’s Student Exhibit will be comprised of ceramics, sculpture, photography and digital artworks. The exhibit will take place in CFA’s galleries from April 17 – May 5. Artwork is selected by faculty, meaning, if you want to participate (and I hope you do) let’s go over some possibilities during lab time. There will be a reception with drinks and snacks on Tuesday, April 18th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.

Exhibiting one’s work is the best way to begin your photography career, and/or be part of something creative that will without a doubt make you feel good. Exhibiting  often starts out small (at school with one piece) and then one can move toward local galleries with more work, regional exhibitions, etc. and eventually, larger scale institutions.

My first exhibit was in the hallways of my high school and local mall. During college I exhibited some works in both the student and local gallery. Eventually, my work was chosen to be exhibited at museums and galleries in the U.S. and abroad. Each was a learning experience; one built upon the next.

I encourage you to participate, even if hesitant, and will help you each step of the way. 

 

 

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