Students were given the opportunity to present digital, analog, and alternative process prints to Bill and Jenifer Renninger, local artists, photographers, and this year’s jurors of the student exhibition “Interim Domain.”
Ten of SPC’s talented student photographers will have their work displayed alongside the special Smithsonian exhibit The Way We Worked at the City of Tarpon Springs’ Center for Gulf Coast Folklife Gallery in the Tarpon Springs Cultural Center. The exhibit is FREE and will run through Nov. 17.
While most institutions across the globe were quick to tear out their darkrooms, some of the best photography schools in the world did not. At St. Petersburg College, students experience the speed and convenience of digital as well as the magic of the dark room.
On Oct. 2, 2016 Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA)will open its newest exhibitions: SPC Visual Art Faculty Show 2016, a special exhibition featuring the work of many of the college’s visual arts educators, and Satirical Opera: The Beggar’s Opera by Abraham Rattner and The Threepenny Opera by Jack Levine, an exhibition featuring two portfolios by two accomplished printmakers. … Continue reading SPC Arts Faculty to Exhibit at LRMA
Samples of photography work from St. Petersburg College students. Originally published in Ember Skies, a site supporting the arts at SPC.