Georgian College Photography

& the MacLaren Art Centre present

Juried Student Photography Exhibition

Annually, photography students enrolled in both years of Georgian College’s photography program are tasked with competing in a juried print exhibition. This year students were charged with creating unique images that interpret the idea and the colour blue.

Annually, photography students enrolled in both years of Georgian College’s photography program are tasked with competing in a juried print exhibition. This year students were charged with creating unique images that interpret the idea and the colour blue.

Submissions are put through a rigorous judging process similar to the process used by the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC). Images are evaluated on their creative expression, visual impact and technical acuity, while also exemplifying the chosen theme.

The pieces shown here reflect the Jury’s choices using these criteria and are all recipients of Henry’s Photo awards.

The 2020 jurors are Cole Bennett, Founder of Portage Creative; Kari Loyst, Creative Director, Whitespace Creative and Program Coordinator of Graphic Design at Georgian College Design and Visual Arts; and Emily McKibbon, Associate Director and Senior Curator at the MacLaren Art Centre.

Slider images: Installation views of Juried Student Photography Exhibition, MacLaren Art Centre, 2020. Photo: Tyler Durbano

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