These are snapshots of some of my friends in action in their classrooms in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences at RIT


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These scenes were photographed on March 31, 2005 in a class conducted by Prof. Angela Kelly in a classroom of the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. Prof. Kelly was engaged with her Photo 1 class on a critique of student work produced in conjunction with a class assignment on the human body.

This is what the students were asked to think about as they worked on the assignment:

"Photography and technology have played a primary role in constructing and representing notions of the body in contemporary culture. To offer up more complex images of the human body in the 21st. century, contemporary artists and thinkers question old assumptions and explore new ideas about the human body. The question posed is, how do we represent the human body today?"


Click here for classes with Prof. Bill DuBois, Dr. Russell Kraus, Prof. Patty Ambrogi, Prof. Hector Sanchez, Prof. Denis Defibaugh, Prof. Owen Butler, Prof. Myra Greene, Prof. Joe Ziolkowski, Prof. Dan Larkin, and with Prof. Guenther Cartwright,