The Watershed Institute’s first student photography exhibit, featuring more than 20 submissions from high school and college students, opens Nov. 6.
The free exhibit will be on display in The Garden Club of Princeton Gallery at the Watershed Center until Dec. 14.
In this exhibit of “Reflection and the Environment,” students submitted a photograph that shows their interpretation of the theme. Their photo could be a literal interpretation of the theme, such as a landscape image featuring a water reflection.
Or students could choose to reflect on an important issue affecting the environment and tell a story with their photograph. Each photo is accompanied by a short statement of intent that explains the creative inspiration behind the image.
The public is invited to an opening reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Nov. 7.
Many of the photographers will be at the reception to discuss their art.