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[PHOTO GALLERY] A look into student art work

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[PHOTO GALLERY] A look into student art work

“I’ve been working on burning my 35mm negatives in photography. I’m investigating the concept of home and connecting it to my middle eastern heritage. It’s been an interesting process because I never thought burning my photos would turn out so well,” senior Ethan Dincer said.

“I’ve been working on burning my 35mm negatives in photography. I’m investigating the concept of home and connecting it to my middle eastern heritage. It’s been an interesting process because I never thought burning my photos would turn out so well,” senior Ethan Dincer said.

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins

“I’ve been working on burning my 35mm negatives in photography. I’m investigating the concept of home and connecting it to my middle eastern heritage. It’s been an interesting process because I never thought burning my photos would turn out so well,” senior Ethan Dincer said.

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins

“I’ve been working on burning my 35mm negatives in photography. I’m investigating the concept of home and connecting it to my middle eastern heritage. It’s been an interesting process because I never thought burning my photos would turn out so well,” senior Ethan Dincer said.

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins, Interactive Storytelling Team Lead

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Throughout the first semester, students have taken classes in the art wing thinking, creating, and designing countless pieces of work. Students take different classes with different requirements, teachers, and mentalities, but their collective passion for art reflect in their individual work. Regardless of how detailed or creative the pieces are the students have persevered and created for their classes.

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