School of Communication

Photography students present collection of artwork during senior thesis critique

Thursday, January 17, 2013

During the Fall 2012 semester, Point Park B.F.A. in photography students in the Senior Thesis I self-directed seminar, advised by Visiting Assistant Professor Stephen Grebinski, worked on creating a cohesive collection of artwork for their final exhibition in April. 

"The seminar provides students the opportunity to bring together disparate parts of a developing artistic practice to create a meaningful body of work, without any boundaries," said Grebinski.

To prepare for the final show, students presented their work-in-progress to the University community during the senior thesis midterm critique, held Nov. 13 in the Lawrence Hall Ballroom. As part of the critique, students received feedback from a broader perspective in a public forum on their project progress.

Below is a sample of work created by B.F.A. students Carl Bloss, Allie Whitten and Jamie Russell.

Photos: Senior Thesis Midterm Critique




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