Intrigue: Student Photography Exhibit

Intrigue features over sixty silver gelatin prints made by local middle school students under the instruction of Artworks studio artist Bob Campagna. All photographs were processed, printed, and assembled in Artworks’ darkroom and studio. Since 2003, Bob Campagna has taught the annual Gifted and Talented student photography program to middle school students of the Thompson School District. The student exhibit has taken place at Artworks Loveland three times since the start of the program. The workshop began in September, 2016 and concludes April 28. This year, 62 featured artists are represented (5 educators, 57 students).

For this exhibit, photographs were taken over a wide geographic range to include Loveland, Berthoud, Boulder, Lyons, Hygiene, Fort Collins, Masonville, Nederland and Longmont. Students were asked to make photographs which capture their curiosities and their passion.

Featured schools include: Bill Reed, Conrad Ball, High Plains, Lucile Erwin, Turner, and Walt Clark Middle Schools.

Silver Gelatin Print by Alana Hymel, Turner Middle School
Student photo exhibit runs April 7 – 28 in the south gallery. Galleries are open to the public M-F 1-4 PM, for special events, and by appointment.
Special Events:
Second Friday Open House: View the exhibit and visit Artworks resident artists in their studios, Friday, April 14 6-9 PM
Student Artists’ Reception: Celebrate and hear from the student artists on Tuesday, April 18 6-8 PM