Photography students debut 'Big Heads: Sports' installation in Carver Gym

  • boxer
  • boxer getting hit
  • soccer player stares at soccer ball
  • Viking boxer
  • paddler

Students studying photography in the Department of Art and Art History at Western Washington University (WWU) will have a public display of images on the second floor of the newly renovated Carver Gym. The exhibition will be on view from Nov. 5 to Dec. 11.

The display will consist of eighteen 36 x 44 inch images from the project entitled Big Heads: Sports. The Art 370 students utilized the lighting studio and the Canon DSLR cameras acquired through the WWU Student Technology Fund, to explore the genre of portraiture as related to the topic of sports. Working in teams, they created pieces which document each member’s individual concept.

 

Featured students include:

Emeline Agnew (Gig Harbor)

Aileen Aguon (Norwalk, California)

Joel Aparicio (Burlington)

Taylor Bradley (St Louis, Missouri)

Elizabeth Cole (Gig Harbor)

Chloe Dichter (Los Angeles, California)

Grady Haskell (Mount Baker)

Ben Herr (Mercer Island)

Michelle Hughes (Spokane)

Matthew Marinez (Union City, California)

Lindsey Nordin (Raymond)

Kyra Oziel (Los Angeles, California)

Haelee Roman (Lacey)

Maddy Ruppel (Federal Way)

Keiko Scott (Tokyo, Japan)

Katie Stitt (Tacoma)

Isaac Sussman (Port Angeles)

Adam Vincent (Spanish Fort, Alabama)

 

For more information about this project, please contact Garth Amundson at Garth.Amundson@wwu.edu.

 

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Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 9:56am

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