Students decide how to lay out the Photocrazy exhibition.
Students at Peacock Collegiate have created, curated, installed and advertised their own exhibition at the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery.
Photocrazy will go on display in the museum gift shop window on Thursday with an opening reception from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. with live music from Peacock Collegiate students Taylor Hoskins and Teagan Whitko.
People will be able to admire the photos taken and edited by the grade 11/12 graphic arts class until Nov. 21.
Art intern teacher Bert Redstone said the class has been looking at digital photography and how to enhance their work on the computer.
He said it was important for the students to learn how an exhibition is created so they have organized their own opening reception, designed the posters and worked out which photos should be on display.
“The focus of a lot of the graphic arts class is on graphical design and with that, advertising is one of the biggest industries they will be going into.
“All the students are in the show themselves. It was their first project in the graphic arts class to work with digital photos and use software to alter them.”
There are 19 students in the class and everyone is showing at least one photo.
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