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GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- The Grossmont College Hyde Art Gallery concludes its Fall season with its’ third exhibition “Create.Connect.Client”, curated by the Photography Program Faculty. This exhibition reveals the rich tradition of the professional photographer, presenting works by members of San Diego’s American Photographic Artists and the American Society of Media Photographers as well as emerging photographers from Grossmont College’s Photography Program.
Grant Brittian, John Durant, Shawn G. Henry, Matt Lingo, Tim Mantoani, Nick Nacca, Emily Powley, Ramon Purcell, Carla Richmond, Robert Sanchez, Andy Wilhelm, Chris Wimpey and Bill Zellman, represent the depth of experience, energy and talent necessary for a working photographer if he or she is to succeed in the highly competitive world of image-making for advertising, architectural, editorial, fashion and product.
“Create.Connect.Client” seeks to acknowledge this creative process of collaboration between the photographer and client and hopefully defines for the viewer what it takes to make it in this fast-paced and extremely competitive career. From print media to motion, the photographs and videos on display demonstrate the high level of craft and vision, the potential and problems the digital tools provide within today’s photography, as well as the intuition, magic and luck of that moment when the photographer creates and connects with the client.
This exhibition runs through December 13th, the artists opening event will be on Thursday, November 15th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Gallery hours are: Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Gallery is CLOSED Friday to Sunday and legal Holidays. Admission is free. Parking is available during the exhibition with the purchase of a permit from the vending machine in lot #1F.
Complimentary parking is available ONLY on the evening of the opening in lot #1. Vehicles must be parked in designated parking stalls. The Gallery is located in Building 25 across Café 200.
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