WSG Gallery presents Community High School’s Photo Exhibit

Community High School's advanced photography class.
Community High School’s advanced photography class. Photo provided by Steve Coron

The WSG Gallery is hosting a photo exhibit of work by Community High School students until May 4.

The gallery is also organizing a reception for the exhibit this Friday, April 12 from 7-9 p.m.

The photographs in the exhibit are by the Advanced Photography students. “In this class students are encouraged to push the boundaries of the medium and conceptual themes, while working on the basics of good technique and thoughtful composition,” said Steve Coron, who leads the class.

Photo by Victoria Laurette
Photo by Victoria Laurette

“The students have worked very hard this semester and have shown considerable progress as young photographers. It is my distinct pleasure to teach and learn among them each week while experiencing their fresh awareness and the unique ways they engage in the artistic process.”

The students exhibiting are:

Rebecca Amidei, Ada Banks, Eric Bayless-Hall, Casey Belcher, Richard Bischke, Cameron Clark, Marina Evans, Caitlyn Fisher, Natalie Johnson, Eve Marie Kausch, Rachel Kelley, Hanna King, William Kirchen, Laura Lacca, Victoria Laurette, Frances MacKercher, Keegan Mackin, Robert Manor, Colleen O’Brien, Devin O’Donnell, Britney O’Neal, Molly Prochaska, Oren Steiner, Nick Stevens, Sterling Stoll, Gabby Thompson, Anna Trent and Victoria Trojan.

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