Viewpoints: Food for Thought—ARTS 105H Photography Exhibition, April 26 – May 5
UNC undergraduate ARTS 105H students will be holding a photography exhibition from April
26 to May 5 in the Frank Porter Graham Union Art Gallery. The opening reception will be held
on April 26 from 6 to 7 pm.

Viewpoints: Food for Thought will feature photographs relating to both food production and
consumption. The exhibition will include a variety of perspectives from 13 student
photographers, with project themes ranging from how food brings people together to food waste,
and mediums ranging from collage to still lifes. Each project provides a unique interpretation of
food’s role in our everyday lives.

ARTS 105H is an Honors introductory photography course taught by Professor Gesche Würfel.
Students have been introduced to the basic techniques of digital photography, including both
technical and conceptual applications of image-making. The course seeks to develop an
understanding of the mechanics, visual language, and history of photography. Students have
worked with digital photographic practices, learning the fundamentals of DSLR cameras, Adobe
editing software, inkjet printing, and basic digital workflow and file management. This
exhibition is a culmination of students’ personal projects and work throughout the semester.

Light refreshments will be provided courtesy of the Carolina Activities Union Board. The Frank
Porter Graham Student Union Art Gallery is located at the corner of South Road and Raleigh
Road in Chapel Hill. Parking is available in Cobb Parking Deck on Paul Green Dr. after 5 pm.

Event contact: Prof. Gesche Würfel, wuerfel@email.unc.edu
Media contact: Robin O’Luanaigh, robino@live.unc.edu

Sponsored by the Beatrice B. Pearman Undergraduate Research Fund in Art, Department of Art and Art History.

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