NORTH SHORE PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENTS' WORKS ON EXHIBIT AT SEA CLIFF LIBRARY
For only one week more, the Sea Cliff Library will be hosting an exhibit showcasing the work of students currently enrolled in North Shore High School's Advanced Placement 2D Design class. Included are photographs by seniors Jacqueline Acuna, Raquel Borges, Stephanie DeCurtis, Brandon Gluckstal, Jocelyn Kleiger, Carlianna Koch, Jenna Loughran, Eric Mastrota, Marissa Omaggio, Carolina Pardo, Brooke Parrett, and Julia Sinski.
Taught by Fine Arts and Photography teacher Lynn Johnson, AP 2D design provides serious art students with a rigorous course of study requiring the creation of two distinct portfolios, each comprised of twelve different images, for a total of 24 unique pieces of art. The first portfolio includes pieces in a particular concentration - "a body of work unified by an underlying idea that has visual coherence;” while the second portfolio involves breadth, in which students must include a "variety of works demonstrating understanding of the principles of design."
The AP Board will judge the students on their ability to demonstrate originality, innovation and technical competence in the application of 2D design principles through a range of images. Some students chose to share one image from Concentration and one from Breadth. Others are sharing two images from one of their two bodies of work.
The exhibit is being sponsored by the Sea Cliff Arts Council
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