Visual Storytelling: Student Documentary Projects 2016 - 2018
January 28 - March 2, 2019
The Reynolds Gallery is pleased to present, Visual Storytelling: Student Documentary Projects 2016 -2018, an exhibition of student documentary projects curated from Professor Jennifer Little's Digital Photography I and Video Studio I courses. The featured projects are responses to an assignment to make a documentary series about a social, political, or environmental issue of significance. Students proposed and developed their own specific topics in response to this assignment.
Many students chose to explore challenges facing their communities including California's housing crisis, poverty, homelessness, neighborhoods destroyed by wildfires, and political conflicts over whether to replace farmland with new housing developments.
Other students focused on more personal topics relating to mental health, gender and identity, ethnicity, religion, cultural traditions, and discrimination.
Featured during the February 14 reception, is a 90-minute program of student documentary films curated from video production classes at Pacific. Screening will be in Jeannette Powell Art Center Room 209, adjacent to Reynolds Gallery.
All events are free and open to the public.
University of the Pacific and Little, Jennifer, "Visual Storytelling: Student Documentary Projects 2016 - 2018" (2019). Reynolds Gallery Exhibits Archive. 75.