Mar. 6, 2018

Annual Student Photo Exhibition Opening Reception at SMC’s Emeritus Art Gallery March 15

“Balance” by Marilyn Stern
“Balance” (8x10 inches, April 17, 2017) by Marilyn Stern will be on display at the Annual Emeritus Student Photography Exhibition, which runs March 15-May 2 in SMC's Emeritus Art Gallery, 1227 Second St., Santa Monica. Exhibit opening reception on March 15, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Exhibit and reception are free.
Woman with Stroller
"Woman with Stroller" (13x9 inches, May 2017) by Regina Pally.

SANTA MONICA, CA—The Santa Monica College Emeritus Art Gallery is pleased to present its Annual Student Photography Exhibition from March 15 through May 2.

The opening reception for the exhibit will be from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 15, in the gallery, located on the first floor of the Emeritus Campus, 1227 Second St., in downtown Santa Monica. Parking is available next door in Santa Monica Public Parking Structure No. 2. Gallery hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The exhibit and reception are free.

“Our SMC Emeritus students have a broad range of experience in photography,” said Dr. Scott C. Silverman, Associate Dean of SMC Emeritus, “with some having taken classes with us for just a semester or two, to those taking classes here for years and years. You will find their work to be artistic and beautiful. It would be fantastic to see you there.”

The salon-style group exhibition features a remarkable variety of recent photographic works created by 25 students. The students are: Dorli Burge, Eva Caulfield, Christine Chambers, Anna Conley, John Dalton, Jim Gerstley, Lorraine Ginsburg, Pantham Gopalakrishna, Kathleen Higgins, Suzie Kim, Barbara Lebow, Leticia Lua, Regina Pally, Doris Power, Karen Sandler, Ron Siegel, Marilyn Stern, Jo Tashima, Michael Telerant, Jonathan Tillman, Alan Tossman, Linda Velonis, Alex Vital, James Wang, and Isaac Yusim.

SMC’s widely praised Emeritus program offers more than 120 noncredit adult education classes and special programs of interest to older adults.

For more information, please call (310) 434-4306.