Tag Archives: Photography

Champlain Gallery Showcases Student Work

Earlier this month, the 4th annual Juried Student Art Show took place in the CCM Gallery curated by Dana Heffern, Art Gallery Director. The show featured works in video, audio, 3-D model, photography, sculpture, graphic design, digital and manual painting, drawing, and illustration from students of many different majors. This year, there were 175 entries […]

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Douglas Premieres “Of Gavin” at Penny Cluse

Jordan Douglas will be premiering a new photo exhibit this month, titled “Of Gavin” at the popular Penny Cluse Cafe in downtown Burlington. The photographs are an examination of his late brother’s life through the objects that defined their childhoods. Douglas teaches black and white photography in the Division of Communication and Creative Media. After […]

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“Shadows and Vines” Photo Exhibit at Penny Cluse Cafe

Jordan Douglas is a noted Burlington, Vermont photographer who teaches black-and-white darkroom and digital photography as an adjunct professor in the Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain College. His current body of work is entitled, “Shadows and Vines,” a series of black and white images that were taken using a $25 plastic medium format […]

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Creative Media Professor Creates Abstract Photography

Creative Media Professor and photo-based artist Mary Zompetti will be in an upcoming exhibition featuring images created during her recent artist residency in the remote northern Icelandic city, Akureyri. Zompetti creates abstract photography using a variety of optical tools from digital cameras and scanners to a calcite crystal. The crystal, known as the Icelandic Spar, […]

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Public Relations Alumnus Works as Humanitarian Journalist

“What makes a story powerful is the capacity of the storyteller to relate to people in the story. This is what I thrive and aim for,” says Jean Luc Dushime. A survivor of the Rwandan genocide, Dushime photographs and captures powerful moments in peoples’ lives. His work as a photographer and humanitarian displays a “new […]

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Images of Havana Photography Exhibit

“Images of Havana,” a photography exhibit by CCM faculty, Jordan Douglas, opens Friday, September 4 at Art Space 106 with a Reception from 4-6pm. All images in this series are silver gelatin lith prints and were captured in Havana in January 2015 The Malecon at Night, Havana   The Art Space 106 at the Men’s Room is […]

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Professional Writing Major Discusses Exhibit on VPR Art Hounds

Amanda Schroth, Professional Writing major and photographer, discussed her senior capstone project, Postcards Never Sent, on VPR Art Hounds earlier this week. Schroth’s capstone started as an assignment for her photography class. She had a falling-out with one of her close friends, found a postcard reflecting what she wanted to say, and combined it with […]

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Peter Cirilli: Rock of Ages Reception and Artist Talk

Photographer and Graphic Design junior Peter Cirilli proudly displays “Rock of Ages,” his photographic exhibition that captures the beauty and spectacle of the Rock of Ages quarry in Barre, Vermont. Plunging 326 feet to a turquoise waterline, the Rock of Ages is the world’s largest “deep hole” granite quarry in the world. With clients like Burton […]

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Art Faculty Returns to Iceland for Artist Residency

Art Adjunct Faculty, Mary Zompetti, returns to Iceland in May 2015 for a one-month residency program at the invitation of the Akureyri Artist’s Studio/Gestavinnustofa Gilfelagsins Akureryi. Zompeti will continue working on the photography and soundscapes projects she began last year, while also developing new work.  In April 2014, Zompetti traveled to Iceland for a one-month residency […]

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Champlain College Junior Exhibits “Rock of Ages”

Photographer and Champlain College Junior Peter Cirilli has gained a strong professional reputation for his dynamic action sports photography. From March 7 – August 24, Champlain College will hold an exhibition featuring Peter’s most recent work, “Rock of Ages,” which is composed of dramatic images of Vermont’s famous stone quarries. Enlarged to epic proportions, these […]

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