Western Gallery Displaying Student Photography Exhibit Through Nov. 23
November 20, 2015
The Western Washington University College of Fine and Performing Arts is displaying a photographic art exhibit created by students enrolled in the department’s Intermediate Black and White Photography class titled “SEM-Holga: High-Tech and Low-Tech Diptych” through Nov. 23 in the Western gallery.
The photographs were taken using both a scanning electron microscope and a Holga toy camera. The project allowed students a chance to consider both microscopic and personal worldviews.
Students who will have their photos displayed or were involved with the exhibit include:
- Catheleen Abramowicz of Arlington
- Breanna Coon of Snohomish
- Noah Gray of Los Angeles, California
- David Henry of Marysville
- Kaitlin Howland of North Bend
- Rachel Ivancic of Seattle
- Rebekkah James of Castio Valley, California
- Kathryn Johnson of Snohomish
- Emily Jones-Blachowicz of Bothell
- Anna Kerr of Spokane
- Kendall Lawley of Seattle
- Maddie Price of Portland, Oregon
- Tasha Smith of Puyallup
- ErynDae Thorvaldsen of Madison, Wisconsin
- Alexandra Vincent of Castio Valley, California
- Collin Whalen of Vancouver
- Robin Sizemore of Mount Vernon
For more information about the exhibit contact Garth Amundson, WWU professor of Art, at (360) 650-3436 or email@example.com.