In normal times an exhibition of Photography Student work is mounted in our on-campus gallery. It is an opportunity to step back and view current work by students in their freshman year and up through our graduating seniors.
Although the spring exhibition will be online rather than in the gallery, it still affords us the chance to view a collection of photographs that clearly demonstrate the students’ creativity, enthusiasm, and technical skills. The work viewed here is a diverse collection of images from a variety of assignments covering topics such as traditional black and white film, color, studio photography, infrared, digital manipulation, and collage.
Happily, the work of two students was recently exhibited in a physical gallery in addition to being shown here. The photographs of graduating seniors China Alvarado and Keishla Manzano were a part of their BFA exhibitions that were shown at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology this Spring. Their solo exhibitions were a culmination of nearly a years’ labor developing these bodies of work.