Student exhibit at the Hope Arts Gallery

High school photographers showcase artistic work throughout February

Six high school seniors and photo club members will showcase their work at the Hope Arts Gallery throughout February.

Sara Lestak


A photographic feast will be on display at Hope Art Gallery during February.

Six Hope high school seniors and photo club members have extended techniques, skills, and artistic sense beyond course level.

They used both digital cameras and medium format cameras for vintage film.

Photographers featured will be Arianna Izawa, Geoffrey Karps, Kelsey Luinge, Baylie Pellegrino, Nicole Riddell, and Chelsey Schwan.

The show was arranged through Chris Janzen of Hope Secondary School,  and was sponsored by the Hope and District Arts Council.

The new exhibit will run Feb. 1-26, with an opening reception on Feb. 1 from 7-9 p.m. at the Hope Arts Gallery, which is located at 349 Fort St. Refreshments will be served.

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