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Seventeen of Carson High School’s accomplished Advanced Photography trainees have their work in Photo Finished 2023 at the Brick.
“Image Finished 2023”, a Capital City Arts Effort (CCAI) exhibit, remains in the Neighborhood Development Building (the Brick), 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City, December 19, 2022– March 16, 2023.
The Brick is open to the general public, M-F, 8am – twelve noon, 1-4pm. The exhibit video tour with artists’ interviews will be online quickly.
Getting involved students consist of: Angel Vega Alvarez, Joseph Bertrand, Breanna De Luca, Fall Holst, Malina Hutson, Sidney King, Zachery Laaker, Cristal Leyva Landa, Joe Ledezma, Cristina Martinez, Penelope Moniz-Gonzales, Amber Perkins, Alex Perry, Adrian Ramirez, Pahola Ramirez, Jose Avina Rodriguez, and Lorrell Service.
Photography instructor, Matt Theilen, discussed the students’ task: “The Carson High School photography trainees are asked to create a 15-piece conceptual body of work in which all pieces must relate back to their main subject throughout the first term. They are offered couple of criteria, other than that work must be appropriate for a high school aged audience, must be cohesive, and need to be printed to 11 × 14 format. Students are asked to choose three to 4 of their 15 total pieces to enter the “Image Finished 2023″ art show. The works are a collection from Advanced Image II and Picture III students.”
Sharon Rosse, CCAI Executive Director, stated “CCAI eagerly anticipates this yearly collaboration with Carson High and is happy to once again present work by these gifted students. Their professional work provides creative and diverse photographic accomplishments.”
This program is another in CCAI’s continuous series of trainee exhibitions in the Brick.
The Capital City Arts Initiative is an artist-centered not-for-profit organization devoted to neighborhood engagement in contemporary visual arts through exhibits, arts education programs, illustrated talks, artist residencies, and online activities.
The Effort is funded by the John Ben Snow Memorial Trust, Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Liberal Arts, John and Grace Nauman Structure, Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, Carson City Cultural Commission, U.S. Bank Foundation, Kaplan Household Charitable Fund, Southwest Gas Corporation Structure, Steele & & Associates LLC, and CCAI sponsors and members.
For extra information, please visit CCAI’s site at www.ccainv.org.