A while ago, I brought my son to an art exhibition featuring photography and sculpture and other student projects.
I really enjoyed the photography section because it showed the students in the beautiful vistas of Tibet. The photography club must have been a small group because I think I only saw a group photo of about about 25 students with their club adviser.
I wish that I could join the photography club because I am sorely in need of feedback on my photos and also I’d love to talk technical stuff with a more experienced photographer.
There were also displays of marketing materials but I didn’t think too much of it – I’ve certainly seen much better stuff.
We moved on to a smaller room where various sculptures made out of recycled materials were on display.
Some of the sculptures were interesting because some students used only one type of material e.g. CDs and DVDs to build a tower, which turned out to be one of my son’s favourite pieces.
I went for the more eclectic pieces e.g. a very colourful one that incorporated cardboard, string and plastic bottles. Fascinating!
I enjoyed the art exhibition and I think that it’s great that the students at this college had the chance to explore their creative side and share them with the public. Keep up the good work
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