Photography Senior Show
June 17, 2008 —
Photography takes many forms, from portraiture and photojournalism, to the commercial and fine arts. Our 14 graduating Photography seniors have amassed enormous experience and skills, and their talents will be on display at their Senior Show starting on June 13th from 6-9 PM in the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery.
The student work presented at the show spans much of the history of photography in terms of technique from 19th century hand-coated platinum-palladium prints to today’s state of the art digital prints. Sarah Cohen used her mother as the subject of her collection. The images portray the issues of married women in a suburban lifestyle and the idea of yearning for youth. Jamuna Rosner’s work focuses around identity, how others view and define us, and by how we make a living. She photographed an exotic dancer as part of her thesis. Joe Small used a single camera and exposed the film multiple times to make seemingly mundane objects life-like and to transform the dreary nature of the city into the seemingly beautiful nature of still lifes.
Students represented include Stephanie Dore, Jacquelyn Tamny, Joe Small, Trevor Moran, Cara Worcester, Sean Grizzel, Brian Michael Lauer, Catherine Cupo, Sarah Cohen, Kelsey Fain, Jennifer Betser, Jamuna Rosner, Carrie Strine and Maxime Lattoni.
- Photography Program Senior Show
- June 13 through June 21 with an opening reception on June 13, 6-9 PM
- Leonard Pearlstein Gallery (33rd and Market St.)
- Free and open to the public
- For more information, call 215.895.5868