-Our program put on three separate photography studio lighting demonstrations for the High School Dual-Credit programs (more to come on this!) on May 31st and April 1st.
-Students and Faculty took part in a very successful Lambton College Open House on April, 2nd with many prospective students visiting our Studio / Classroom
-The Faculty presented an Exhibition of their work in the school Learn Resource Centre, that continues until the end of April
-All of our second year student are Exhibiting their work in public spaces across Sarnia and the region.
-On Sarnia's night of the Arts, "First Friday"April 1st, hundreds of guests and the public attended a dozen of our student Exhibitions! It was a tremendously successful showing for everyone involved. There was a constant crowd through the photographic displays for the entire evening! Most galleries were once again on this past weekend with more members of the public being exposed to the fantastic work by our students.
Here are just a few photos from the student Exhibition Opening nights:
|Jodi Tamminga poses with her work in the Bayside Mall.|
|Rebekah Harding sold over $1,000 worth of prints at her opening night gala with 100% of the proceeds going to charity - Team Hoyt Canada.|
|People pause and view the work of Alexa Manser in her Evolutionary Development Exhibition.|
|A happy Larryl Ybanez poses with her work.|
|Sarah Scheible smiles in the crowd during opening night.|
|Our students work was on display for the constant crowds, and Maygin Codling had her studio Growing Wings Photography branding on display.|
|David Beaton stands in the sun, as he greats people and speaks with them about his "Talking Bodies" exhibit.|
|People pause at the creative work of Emily Hussey, her show is entitled Evansece.|
|Devon Groombridge speaks with first year student Erin Percival in her gallery of macro photography entitled Spyglass.|
|David Beaton's "Talking Bodies" work created traffic jams as people lingered to view and read the work.|
|l-r Taryn Lutz, Alexa Manser, David Beaton, Emily Hussey and Devon Groombridge pose for a shot together, in the Bayside Mall gallery where they joined forces to exhibit their work in adjoining spaces.|
|Tayyn Lutz created an illuminating mood with the installation of her work.|
|First year Student Izzy Malik-Lidstone records the opening night.|
|Music, food and drink were a great addition to the visual displays.|
|Mack Feltz and Teresa Perry filled the top floor of The Lawrence House Centre for the Arts.|
|The Marquee for The Lawrence House featuring the Lambton Students|
NEWS Release and Posting from the Lambton College Website
SARNIA, April 8, 2016 – Lambton College’s Digital Photography students are ready to put their work on public display. For the next week, second year students in the program will be presenting gallery exhibitions of their work across the city. The year-end showcase is part of a final project that students need to complete in order to graduate.
This year, the community will have the opportunity to take in a total of 12 student gallery shows across the city highlighting over 250 unique photographic creations. As part of their final project, students had to create new art pieces for the exhibition, print and frame their photos, and arrange a public place to display their work. Each exhibition was also required to host an opening night event.
While the majority of the student shows open this week, a handful of students have already opened their exhibitions, including student Rebekah Harding who sold over $1,000 worth of prints at her opening night gala. Harding will be donating 100 per cent of her gallery profits to charity. Her show "Excursion - Photographic Exhibition” is currently on display at Junior Baker (165 Lochiel St.).
Photography student David Beaton is also receiving wide-spread attention for his show, titled
“Talking Bodies: A Photographic Investigation of Body Image” which takes a closer look at a serious social issue. Beaton’s exhibition is currently on display at Bayside Mall alongside nine other student exhibits.
Two other gallery exhibits are also being showcased at the Lawrence House Centre for the Arts.
A faculty photography showcase is also currently on display in the College’s Library Resource Centre.
Most exhibitions will run until April 15 and program faculty hope the public will take this opportunity to witness some of the incredible talent produced at Lambton College.
Most of the student photographers will be present during their gallery shows this Saturday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
For a full list of student exhibitions, times and locations, visit the Lambton College Digital Photography Blog at http://digitalphotographylambtoncollege.blogspot.ca/2016/03/exhibition-time.html.
Select spots are still available in this sought-after program for fall 2016. For more information on Lambton College’s Digital Photography program, go to lambtoncollege.ca/phtd.
If you would like to book a one-on-one program consultation with a Lambton College Enrolment Advisor or a personalized campus tour, please call 519-541-2403 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANKS to the many, many people who came to visit and chat with our students at their successful exhibitions!! It is a monumental achievement for them to complete this challenge. From the many, many comments and feedback we have received, it is obvious that the work was well received.
One visitor using just one word to describe the work and creativity summed up the evening when she simply said "Wow!"