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Photographic and Digital Art on Display

8/6/2008 —

Penn State Lehigh Valley is proud to be a sponsor of the Baum School of Art’s faculty exhibition, Photographic and Digital Art, in the David E. Rodale Gallery and the Rodale Family Gallery in Allentown. An opening reception will be held from 6 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, August 7. The exhibit runs through September 4, 2008. Exhibition sponsors are Britech and Penn State Lehigh Valley.  

Gallery hours are August 4 – August 15, 2008; Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; August 18 – September 4, 2008; Monday – Friday, 9 a .m. – 5 p.m. The Gallery is closed on Saturday and Sunday.

Participating artists include: 

Greta Kathryn Brubaker graduated with a B.A. degree in Art from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 2004 and proceeded to get her M.F.A. degree in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island. Greta currently resides outside Reading, Pennsylvania pursuing her own fine art photography as well as teaching photography at both Muhlenberg College and Lafayette College.

Terry Hahn graduated with a B.F.A. degree in Communication Design from Kutztown University. He serves as the Creative Director at AniGlyphics. He also teaches computer design to children and adult students at the Baum School of Art.

Carter LeBlanc is an Allentown based photographer and a photography and graphic design instructor at the Baum School of Art. Over the last six years, Carter has aimed for a style of shooting that suits whatever his subject is. The ability to morph with his camera and treat it as an extension of his mind is Carter’s ultimate goal as an artist. Prior to moving to the East Coast and starting a family, he lived in Oregon, Alaska and Arizona. Each state was a different chapter of his photographic journey.

 Lydia Panas, a photographer, has exhibited widely throughout the United States and has been a recipient of numerous awards, fellowships, honors, and grants including the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts for public projects.  Her education includes a B.A. degree from Boston College, a B.F.A. degree from School of Visual Arts, and a M.A. degree from New York University/ International Center for Photography. In addition to teaching photography at the Baum School, she has taught at the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, and local colleges.  

Justin Stewart graduated from Kutztown University with a B.F.A. degree in Communication Design. He is currently the Vice President of Tainted Penguin, a company that specializes in corporate branding and web production. Justin teaches computer design to both children and adults at the Baum School of Art.  

Samantha Walls is a former student at the Baum School of Art who earned her B.F.A. degree in Photography from University of the Arts in 2006. She currently teaches Digital and Black and White Photography at the Baum School. She most recently exhibited her work at the Allentown High School Art Gala at the Allentown Art Museum in May 2008.

Each artist will have several high quality works on display in the David E. Rodale Gallery and the Rodale Family Gallery.

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