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All News tagged "Photography"

A view of Philadelphia's skyline. Photo by Alexandra Atiyeh, BS environmental science '16.

In Photos: #CoASDayintheLife

From the remarkable, to the beautiful to the breathtaking, the College of Arts and Sciences community did its best to documented just another day as part of its third annual photo contest.
Photo from Araks Ohanyan's downtime during her co-op in a nature park in Mexico.

Unique Opportunities Showcased in 2015 Co-op Photo Contest

A contest seeking photos from Drexel students highlighted the best of their experiences at work and at play.
Mountain view from Interlake, Switzerland, by Tyler Pultro

The Most Amazing Drexel Study Abroad Photos

To show off their adventures studying outside of the United States, students submitted their best pictures from their experiences for a contest held by Drexel’s Study Abroad Office.

Last Chance to See 2014 World Press Photo Exhibition at Drexel

"Powerful images of conflict, hope and daily life” (Associated Press) are currently on display as part of an exhibition of nearly 150 prize-winning photos from the 57th Annual World Press Photo competition, the world’s largest and most prestigious annual international press photography contest, which made its United States debut at Drexel University.

2014 World Press Photo Exhibition Makes U.S. Debut at Drexel

An exhibition of 143 of the prize-winning photos from the 57th Annual World Press Photo competition, the world’s largest and most prestigious annual international press photography contest, will makes its U.S. debut at Drexel University from Wednesday, April 30 – Wednesday, May 21.

Bullets to Ballet: Veteran Combat Photographer’s Dance Photos on Display at Lincoln Center’s Dance on Camera Festival

After 30 years of filming and photographing the world’s most violent wars and conflicts, award-winning British combat photographer Sebastian Rich turned his lens to something more beautiful but no less powerful – the world of dance. From Sunday, Jan. 26 – Saturday, Feb. 8, an exhibit of Rich’s dance photographs will be on display as part of the 42nd annual Dance on Camera Film Festival, part of the Lincoln Center Film Festival. Following the Dance on Camera festival, “Bullets to Ballet” will come to Drexel’s URBN Center Lobby from Feb. 10 – Feb. 21.

Emily Olson

Through Her Lens

Recent Drexel alum and photographer Emily Olson looks back on her experience at Drexel and applauds the University for preparing her practically and artistically for the real world.