posted on December 12, 2008 16:39
Black Hills State University photography students will be displaying recent work in the BHSU Photographers Gallery through Jan. 14.
The Contemporary Issues in Photography course challenged 18 students to choose a specific personal theme or project to work on over the course of three months. The images included in this exhibition are the culmination and presentation of these projects. The subject matter is wide-ranging and diverse, and there are a variety of photographic mediums presented. The student photographers have also published a companion book for the exhibition titled, Fhoto Phixation-The Sum of its Parts, which is on display and available for purchase in the gallery.
“This exhibition is the result of a semester’s work from some of our most talented photography students,” commented Steve Babbitt, professor of mass communication/photography.
Photographers included in the exhibition are: Rachel Adam, junior art and mass communication major from Sioux City, Iowa; Amanda Lyn Allred, senior art major from Spearfish; Breanne Anderson, junior mass communication major from Cheyenne, Wyo; Hollianna Barber, mass communication and Spanish major from Chester; Brittney Bauhs, junior art major from Rapid City; Nicholas Berg, senior mass communication major from Deadwood; Brianne Bussell, senior mass communication major from Rapid City; Joshua Cooke, senior mass communication major from Spearfish; David Harding, senior mass communication major from Greensboro, Md.; Stephanie Hardy, freshman mass communication major from Gillette Wyo.; Jamie Hermanson, senior business administration major from Rapid City; Jamie Heymans, junior art major from Beaumont, Texas; Jacob Kiley, senior mass communication major from Spearfish; Amanda Parry, senior mass communication major from Custer; Bruce Speidel, junior art major from Sundance, Wyo.; Michelle L. Thompson, junior mass communication major from Spearfish, Sarah Trapp, senior mass communication major from Rawlins, Wyo.; Jared Trask, senior mass communication major from Rapid City; and Janci Wenner, junior elementary education, mass communication, and communication arts major from Lemmon.
The Photographers Gallery is located on the lower level of Jonas Hall on the Black Hills State University campus in Spearfish and is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For additional information contact Steve Babbitt at 642-6769 or SteveBabbitt@bhsu.edu.