Oswego native’s photo on display in Caz

McDonald’s Restaurant in Cazenovia is displaying a selection of photographs by Cazenovia College student and Oswego native Brittany Juravich, now through May 1, 2014.

“My work represents thoughts and ideas of my imagination,” said Juravich, a photography major. “I am able to make sense of the inner workings of my mind and create my own fantasy world where anything can happen through photography.”

Sarah Stonefoot, assistant professor and director of the Photography Program at Cazenovia College, has high praise for her student’s artwork.

“Using the photographic medium to its full potential, Brittany’s photographs delve into the world of dreams,” Stonefoot said. “Her strong control over technique makes the viewer ever more eager to believe that the world she presents is the one in which we should believe.”

Cazenovia College’s Studio Art–Photography Program is professionally geared to prepare the next generation of photographic image makers with broad knowledge and experience of photographic techniques and concepts. The photography concentration prepares students for careers in photo journalism, fine art photography, and commercial photography, or for further study in graduate school.

Students enjoy working in Cazenovia’s state-of-the-art photo facilities located in Reisman Hall, and taking studio courses such as Studio Photography, Alternative Processes, Color Photo, On Assignment, and Large Format Photography,  as well as Digital Imaging, Portfolio Preparation, and a Photography Internship.

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