Found/Made Studio Art Faculty Exhibit Opens Tomorrow – Congrats to COD Adjunct Photo Faculty

Congratulations to Adjunct Photo Faculty members Miles, Boone, Peter Bosy, Robert Buitron, Lily Mayfield, Min Pak, Russell Phillips, Christopher Schneberger, Michael Taylor and Paul Shukin on the opening of their new exhibit, “Found/Made.” The opening reception is Thursday, December 3rd from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery in the MacIninch Art … More Found/Made Studio Art Faculty Exhibit Opens Tomorrow – Congrats to COD Adjunct Photo Faculty

College of DuPage Photography Program Hosts Willowbrook High School Photo Students for First “High School Photo Day.”

Willowbrook High School Photography Students came to College of DuPage for the first “High School Photo Day” last month. All 50 were ready for action as they participated in four different photography activities.Willowbrook Senior Caitlyn Zientara said that she was glad to get a “real, hands-on learning experience.” The students started with a demonstration of the … More College of DuPage Photography Program Hosts Willowbrook High School Photo Students for First “High School Photo Day.”

College of DuPage Photo Program Partnership with Easter Seals DuPage and the Fox Valley Region Celebrated at 15th Anniversary Exhibition in the MacIninch Arts Center

On October 2nd, 26 children from Easter Seals and the Fox Valley Region were featured in the 15th Annual Photography Exhibition. For the last 15 years, the COD Photo Program has partnered with them to showcase portraits, photo essays and multimedia stories about the daily lives of children with special needs. Every spring, COD Photojournalism … More College of DuPage Photo Program Partnership with Easter Seals DuPage and the Fox Valley Region Celebrated at 15th Anniversary Exhibition in the MacIninch Arts Center

Study Photography Abroad – in Tuscany!

Have you ever considered spending a semester abroad? For the fall semester of 2014, COD Photo Program faculty member Jeff Curto will be teaching photography for the University of Georgia’s Study Abroad program in Cortona, Tuscany. In addition to photography, students can study Italian, painting, drawing, ceramics, history, Italian culture and more. The program is … More Study Photography Abroad – in Tuscany!

Alum Rejman’s newest film about glaciers

As reported previously on the Silicon & Silver blog, Photo Program alum Eric Rejman has been involved in producing images of the natural world for some time.  Now Eric  has done it again, acting as director of photography for an amazingly beautiful and informative video piece about glaciers and climate change in the North Cascades … More Alum Rejman’s newest film about glaciers

Who Says You Can’t Make a Living Doing What You Love?

Highlights of the SEA Conference Friday, February 22 and Saturday, February 23 I attended the 13th annual SEA (Self-Employment in the Arts) Conference at the Lisle Hilton with my colleague Jennifer Piehl and our Creative Boot Camp students. We attended a variety of informative sessions, including Shooting a Conference for a Magazine Spread, led by Crain’s Chicago … More Who Says You Can’t Make a Living Doing What You Love?