Chowan University School of Graphics Opens the Krueger Gallery of Photography and Fine Printing
Chowan University’s School of Graphic Communications celebrated the opening of its new Krueger Gallery of Photography and Fine Printing on January 24th.
Students showcase ‘The Birds’ of Sylvan Heights
MURFREESBORO, NC – Chowan University’s School of Graphic Communications celebrated the opening of its new Krueger Gallery of Photography and Fine Printing with a Gala Celebration and Open House on January 24th. Over 150 attendees were given guided tours of the gallery, enjoyed good food, good music, and received free posters of the student photography show entitled ‘The Birds’.
“It’s a grand day for our department,” said Tom Brennan, Chair of Graphic Communications at Chowan. “We converted an old darkroom area in the center of our building into a fabulous gallery space. Here we’ll be able to display student work as well as regionally and nationally known photographers.”
‘The Birds’ is series of photographs taken at the Sylvan Bird Sanctuary in Scotland Neck, NC by Professor Tom Whitman’s digital photography class and will be on display until February 7th.
“It’s not only a wonderful space to display fine photography, but also gets folks into our facility to see all the other cutting edge technologies our program has to offers. From high-end digital printing, and package design to wide format output for banners and wall graphics”, said Brennan.
Started in 1953, The Krueger School of Graphic Communications is celebrating its sixty-first year of developing the talents of young people for placement into the graphic communications and printing industries. Students completing the program at Chowan University receive a four-year bachelor of science degree in Graphic Communications.
For more information on the Krueger Gallery and the graphics degree program, contact Tom Brennan at email@example.com or call 252-398-6207.