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MTSU photo students’ work on exhibit at Center for the Arts

A monthlong multimedia exhibit of work by MTSU photography students will open at the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts on Friday, April 5, with a special 7 p.m. reception.

"Buttons and Bows" by MTSU student photographer Darby Campbell is one of the works on exhibit at the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts April 5-30 during the MTSU Student Photography Exhibit for spring 2013.

“Buttons and Bows” by MTSU senior Darby Campbell is one of the works on exhibit at the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts April 5-30 during the MTSU Student Photography Exhibit for spring 2013.

The exhibit, organized by MTSU’s Baldwin Photographic Gallery, features work from upper-division students in the university’s photography program in the Department of Electronic Media Communication in the College of Mass Communication.

It will showcase the diverse types of photography within the program, including fine art, street, commercial advertising, fashion, editorial, photojournalism and historic processes.

MTSU photography students work in digital and wet darkroom media, making the program unique in the area and one of the few such programs in the nation with such a wide range of practices.

Center for the Arts logo webBoth the opening reception at the Center for the Arts and the exhibit are free to the public and appropriate for all ages. Food and drink will be available at the reception.

The MTSU Photography Exhibit 2013 will close on Tuesday, April 30.

The Murfreesboro Center for the Arts is located just off the Public Square in Murfreesboro at 110 W. College St. Its operating hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

For more information about the exhibit, email DarbyCampbell.Photo@gmail.com. For more information about MTSU’s photography program, visit www.mtsu.edu/emc/photoindexpage.php.