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FRANK Gallery: re:Collection (ARTS 515 Advanced Photography)

Poster with the following text: re: Collection. An Exhibition of Gesche Wuerfel's Arts 515 Advanced Photography Students. April 4-20, 2019. FRANK Community Gallery, University Place, Suite D6, 919-636-4135. Reception: Fri April 12, 6-8 pm. Open Hours: Thurs and Sun 1-5:30 pm, Fri and Sat 11-6:45 pm. Instagram: @515.jpeg. This project was supported by the Beatrice B. Pearman Undergraduate University Research Fund in Art, Department of Art and Art History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Among the text, slices of photographs in horizontal strips show glimpses of details of larger images, showing such things as a door lock with graffiti and the word

Opening Reception: April 12, 6-8 pm

Gesche Wuerfel’s ARTS 515 Advanced Photography class presents an exhibition of their work at FRANK Gallery at University Place in Chapel Hill. In the course, students focus on the professional and business aspects of a career in photography: during the semester, students create a professional portfolio of images, develop and install an exhibition, and create a website and use social media to showcase their work. Find them on Instagram @515.jpeg

You can read more about the exhibition in the DTH here: https://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2019/03/frank-gallery-student-photography-0325

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