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AC students showcasing graphic arts April 27

LUFKIN, TX (Press release) - Angelina College Graphic Arts students will present some of their best work in an exhibition scheduled to open April 27th and run through May 12th in the Angelina Center for the Arts gallery.

Students from COMM 1318 Photography, which is a black and white, wet chemistry basic photography class, will present some of their photographic projects completed during the spring semester.

The projects were designed to help students learn certain concepts in photography such as controlling depth of field, understanding directional lighting, how to convey motion in a still image, as well as paying attention to the photographic composition.

The students in the COMM 1318 Photography.001 are Audrey Andrews, Heather Claassen, Andrew Cockrell, Holle Cole, Joli Crow-Fanning, Shelley Dance, Julio Flores, Michael Gumm, Kyria Hicks, Whitney Kanke, Angela Karber, Ben Kent, Mark Krueger, Marcus Reed, Shelby Ricks, Thelma Trejo and Jesse Williamson. The students in COMM 1318 Photography.002 are Ashley Barthold, Jacque Fleming, Michael Fowler, Brandon Hampton, Sarah Hendrey, Tonya Jones, Latasha Lacy, Vicente Marrero, Jennifer Olivares, Luis Ortiz and Amanda Welch.

The publishing class, ARTC 1413 Digital Publishing I, will also show work completed during the spring semester in the exhibit. Some of their projects consisted of producing a T-shirt design for the Angelina College team in the Relay for Life event, layout designs for the college magazine AC View and other projects such as designs for CD covers and posters. The students in ARTC 1413 Digital Publishing I are Angie Alvarado, Heather Claassen, Holle Cole, Catherine Evans, Tonya Jones, Mayra Leos, Selma Morales, Amanda Nichols, Alejandra Padierna, Branden Selman, Kaiser Traylor, Thelma Trejo and Carrli Webb.

There will be a reception for the artists from 6-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27th in the ACA gallery.

The exhibit and reception are open to the public. There is no admission charge.

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