Carpinteria High School Photo Show – SAF Grant
A Day In The Life At Carpinteria High School, a photography show by students of Carpenteria High School photography class, Sarah Rochlitzer, teacher.
“Carpinteria High School is proud to showcase student work from our brand new digital photography program. The theme, “A Day in the Life at Carpinteria High School”, is meant to give students an opportunity to visually communicate and share their school experience. They explore a combination of documentary and portrait photography to illustrate a wide spectrum of student life, including sports, academics, friends and art. Thanks to a generous grant from the Santa Barbara Art Association Student Art Fund we have been able to purchase a class set of frames and framing supplies to professionally exhibit the work, as well as mats with a backing in an acetate bag that will be used to sell smaller prints. We will use the proceeds from our sales to invest in our digital photography program and future photography shows. This will be the first time for most students to exhibit, and possibly sell, their art publicly. We are very excited to show off their great talent and hard work to the Carpinteria community. For the opening reception we are also collaborating with other departments at CHS. Our newly revamped culinary program will be creating and serving hours d’ oeuvres and refreshments, sourced from our school’s organic garden, and CHS musicians will contribute to the festivities with a performance.”
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