DMC Continuing Education’s “The Digital 15” exhibit opening on Dec. 5
Article by: Rosa Linda Reynoso
Aim. Focus. Shoot. They have an eye for photography. Fifteen students who took the Del Mar College Continuing Education digital photography class will showoff their talent beginning Thursday, Dec. 5, as part of “The Digital 15,” a special exhibit featuring over 50 best photographs taken overall.
An opening reception for the exhibit is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. in the lobby of the DMC Center for Economic Development, located at 3209 S. Staples. The reception and exhibit are FREE with light refreshments available during the opening event. For more information, call the DMC Continuing Education Office at 698-2122.
“The Digital 15” includes photographs taken by Heather Aley, Virginia Cardenas, Diana Charles, Diana Cordo, Amy Currin, John De Luna, Cynthia Longoria, Juli Propp, Crystal Rosales, Tanya Trevino, Jesse Valle, Jeinny Vargas, Javier Villarreal, John White and Lisa Wright. The subject matter ranges from landscapes and portraits to nature in digital format.
“The wonderful thing about a show of this type is that it will reveal that photography is a personal way of looking at the world,” says Jeff Janko, an instructor of photography for the DMC Continuing Education program. “Everyone has a different vision and a unique way of looking at things. I believe, for those who see this show, they will see the world through the eyes of fifteen unique photographers.”
“The Digital 15” will remain on display through Tuesday, Dec. 17. The CED’s hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 9 a.m. until noon on Fridays.
For more information about DMC Continuing Education courses and programs, visit www.delmar.edu/ce or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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