Dryden Students Selected for Photography Exhibits

Dryden Students Selected for Photography Exhibits
Posted on 04/30/2019
It was recently announced that several Dryden photography students will have their work shown in exhibitions set to take place this May.

Thirty-three photography students had their work selected for a Rural/Urban Exhibition, which is scheduled for Saturday, May 4 from 4-6PM at the Syracuse Warehouse Gallery. This exhibition was curated by LaFayette Big Picture High School student Keegan Hemlock. 

Additionally, 10 students had their work selected for the 2019 Ithaca Festival Pop-Up Exhibit. Their photographs will be on display at the Community Arts Partnership ArtSpace. A special reception will be held during the Ithaca Festival on Friday, May 31 from 5-8PM. 

"They put a lot of hard work into these photographs and it shows. Having their work selected for these exhibitions is quite the accomplishment. They're very excited to be sharing their work with these communities. I'm incredibly proud of them," said Bobette Butts, Dryden Arts Specialist. 

The names of the students selected for each exhibit are listed below. Congratulations!

Rural/Urban Exhibition:

Kirsten Hamberg-Thropp, Amelia Jennette,Callie Tenkate, Lexi Tracy, Trey Tyler, Rachel Carpenter, Ellie Freeman, Charlotte Greene, Daniel Guenther, Rylie Haines, Sophia Lynch, Jennifer Nguyen, Kirsten Nygard, Nicole Owens, Elizabeth Palumbo, Erin Peck, Anne Perkins, Madisen Tucker, Delaney Welch, Alejandra Brotherton, Naomi Cator-Szymanski, Mya Cochrane, Jackson Crocker, Gabe Greene, Jakob Greenwood, Ashley Hoyte, Emma Kidney, Brooke Madigan, Steven Morrow, Heidi Nydam, Nate Solomon, Gena Wilson-Riihinen and Daniel Zhe.

2019 Ithaca Festival Pop-Up Exhibit

Kirsten Hamberg-Thropp, Rachel Carpenter, Charlotte Greene, Rylie Haines, Sophia Lynch, Jenny Nguyen, Kirsten Nygard, Elizabeth Palumbo, Erin Peck and Anne Perkins.