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Since that first semester I spent in the darkroom, I haven’t stopped making photos. My professors encouraged and pushed me technically and intellectually at every step.
The photography program at SUNY Plattsburgh offers students the complete spectrum of hands-on creative experience from the introductory to the advanced level. Emphasis is on students' development of their individual expressive capabilities.
A forum for the exchange of ideas and evaluation is provided in group and individual critique sessions. Students are also taught the essentials of portfolio production and presentation. The history of photography as well as critical issues within the medium and the aesthetic concerns of current practitioners of the art are integral aspects of course study.
There is a photography critique classroom, a general-purpose workroom, a lighting studio, a large group darkroom, and two advanced darkrooms. Advanced courses include digital imaging and the view camera.
If you would like more information about art at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:
Office: Myers Fine Arts 206
Phone: (518) 564-2495
Kimberly Hall-Stone, Secretary
Office: Myers Fine Arts 220B
Phone: (518) 564-2179
Fax: (518) 564-2199