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High Mowing students exhibit photography

  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

    An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

    An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

    An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

    An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.
  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.
  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.
  • An exhibit of photography by High Mowing students will be displayed at Hilltop Cafe in Wilton through the end of May.

A black and white photography exhibit of work by students from High Mowing School will be on exhibit at the Hilltop Café through May 31.

Senior Joy Wang and juniors Mollie Ward, Merri McMahon, Sorrell Nielsen and Alexandra Adinolfi have been engaged in a yearlong, intermediate level course in black and white photography. The students have been exploring advanced darkroom techniques and experimenting with various papers, developers and toners, demonstrating how they affect the artistic qualities of the images.

For more information, call 654-2391 or visit www.highmowing.org.

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