WWU student Sharalyn Sentinella will present black and white photography highlighting a culture of rebellion and self-expression in Greece in the WWU B Gallery in the Fine Arts Building, on Monday, Feb. 5, at 2:30 p.m.
The exhibit seeks to advocate for and emphasize unique culture and its value. Images depicted in Sentinella’s photographs range from cultural and urban landscapes to many styles of graffiti, with special emphasis on anarchy and its role in Greek culture and human rights.
Sentinella is a Huxley student who studied sustainable development with an emphasis in culture in Greece summer 2017. They have sought to utilize black and white photography as a creative medium for illustrating place-specific cultural expression emphasizing unique cultural value, and hope to advocate for cultural sustainability within the field of international sustainable development in the future.