Undergraduate Photography Now 2017
Now in it’s sixth iteration, Undergraduate Photography Now has been a program striving to support college aged artists from the 6 New England states. Hoping to showcase some of the best and brightest fresh talent, students from both certificate and bachelor’s programs majoring in photography are asked to submit to this exhibition and portfolio reviewing opportunity. Today we are excited to showcase the winners featured in the exhibition, that is now on display at the Griffin Museum of Photography for the month of December. Congratulations to all!
Representing 9 schools and a diverse background of artists, as UPN founder I was pleased to juror this exhibition along with James Leighton, the curatorial research associate for the photography collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
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