Chestertown, MD, March 4, 2003 — The Washington College Department of Art, Art History Club, and C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience present the first Student Invitational Art Exhibition, featuring photographic works by students at Washington College, the Corcoran College of Art and Design, and the University of Delaware.
Organized by Jennifer O'Neill, visiting assistant professor of art, this unique three-way art exhibit consists of color, black and white, and digital photography, as well as alternative processes such as Cyanotypes (a non-silver photographic printing process invented in 1842), and Van Dyke Browns (a process that utilizes the action of light on ferric salts to create prints on regular paper). Entries were juried by Donald McColl, Chair of the Department of Art at Washington College; Muriel Hasbun, Program Coordinator of Fine Art Photography at the Corcoran College of Art and Design; and Priscilla A. Smith, Program Chair of Photography at the University of Delaware.
The free exhibition will be open from Monday through Thursday, March 10 to March 27, 1-4 p.m., at The Custom House, 101 S. Water Street, Chestertown. For information call (410) 810-7156, or visit http://starrcenter.washcoll.edu online.