The teen area is receiving a makeover with new Digital Photos  courtesy of a partnership with the Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham. The school is located less than a mile from the Main Library. First year photography students are given the opportunity to showcase their work in the library. This is great exposure for the Photography students and a  ongoing, successful community collaboration.

Photos by students from the Art Institute of Durham  illustrate their diverse and creative style through the lens of the camera. The f22 art exhibit is a collection of images created by talented students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program at the Art Institute. The students study a variety of genres: Fine Art, Commercial, Documentary and Editorial Photography.

Check out a few of the photos below. In order to view the entire exhibit please visit the teen area at the Main Library.

Student is attaching frames to photo.
Student is attaching frames to photo.
What a perfect place for this picture!
What a perfect place for this picture!
Capturing Highway 147 at night.
Capturing Highway 147 at night.
A picture is worth a thousand words!
A picture is worth a thousand words!

 

Through the lens

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