TAMIU Photo II and III Students Unveil Exhibit Thursday, May 2
An annual student photo art exhibit, Film Stills: Images That Tell Our Stories, opens Thursday, May 2 with a reception starting at 5 p.m. in the Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library Colonnade.
The exhibit’s theme focuses on displaying a connection between moving film and photography without compromising the narrative. Reception food and refreshments are graciously provided by Aramark.
Most of the photos are taken in Laredo, and are the captured imaginations of everyday scenes that often go overlooked. The passions portrayed in each image prompt one to not just look at the image, but to analyze the scene.
TAMIU student artists exhibiting are Neguif Angeles, Ignacio Banda, Miriam Castro, David De la Garza, Michael Flores, Alexis Garza, Miriam González, Rebecca Leza, Emmanuel López, Sandy Lugo, Cesar Sánchez, Ana Vazquez, Charlie Romo and Emily De Los Cobos.
The exhibit will be on display through Friday, May 17.
For more information, contact Marcela Morán, TAMIU associate professor of communication, at 956.326.3047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a recorded list of upcoming arts events, call 956.326.ARTS. A full calendar of the University’s fine and performing arts is available at tamiu.edu. The online @TAMIU Events Calendar has reminder and calendar capabilities.
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--This story by Student Intern David De la Garza.
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