Curious what some of the city’s best young photographers are up to? You’re in luck: advanced placement photography students at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School are showcasing their work at the Chandler Gallery through May 18.
Teacher Debi Milligan tasked the juniors and seniors with developing three portfolios: one centered around a particular idea, one exploring various “conceptual and technical approaches,” and one that’s a “curated collection of their best work,” according to a press release from the Chandler Gallery.
“This course is a great testimony to the value of focusing in on a student’s vision and voice and allowing exploration at the same time,” Milligan says in the statement. “It’s a good way to learn to see one’s own work, the work of one’s peers, and it’s an excellent practice to learn how to find one’s place in the world and make a mark.”
An opening reception for the gallery, titled “Photo Flow,” is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on May 3. The Chandler Gallery at Maud Morgan Arts is at 20 Sacramento Street.
Check out photographs from some of the students below:
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