2017 Exposed Photography Showcase

College of DuPage Photography Program students proudly displayed their portfolios, websites and marketing materials at the 3rd Exposed Photography Showcase May 2nd.  We celebrated their visual communication skills as they presented their work to the business community, district residents, college and high school students, family and friends. The COD Photography Program cod.edu/photo aims to launch our … More 2017 Exposed Photography Showcase

Congratulations to COD Photography Students Tonia Jackson (left) and Zlatka Burtis (right). Their work was chosen for the Self Emploment in the Arts Juried College Art Show. Their photography will be on display through today at the SEA Conference at the Hilton Hotel in Lisle. (www.SelfEmploymentInTheArts.com)

A Message from Dr. Ann Rondeau, the new President of College of DuPage/Here is your reminder to Register for Fall Photo Classes/It’s never too early!

By President Dr. Ann Rondeau COD Committed to Moving Forward It is my distinct honor and privilege to report today as the sixth president of College of DuPage. With July 1 marking the beginning of our 50th anniversary year, College of DuPage is, in my view, this community’s best resource to meet a dynamic economy … More A Message from Dr. Ann Rondeau, the new President of College of DuPage/Here is your reminder to Register for Fall Photo Classes/It’s never too early!

Photogfind – “Not as Creepy as Craig’s List.”

Geraldine Teotico, came to speak to my final Creative Boot Camp class yesterday. She is a COD Photo Program alum who is now a freelance photographer shooting weddings and family portraits since she left her corporate job. “It’s a new lead generating tool for photographers,” said Teotico. “It’s much less creepy than Craig’s List,” she said. … More Photogfind – “Not as Creepy as Craig’s List.”

Advice from the Pros-Making it in the Arts Panel – Oct. 24, 2012

On Wednesday, October 24th, Amy Rogers of Self-Employment in the Arts, my colleague Jennifer Piehl, Motion Picture TV Professor, and I organized a panel discussion for our students and the community last week. This free event was put together for my Professional Practices in Photography classes, MPTV students, as well as other art students and … More Advice from the Pros-Making it in the Arts Panel – Oct. 24, 2012