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Project Snapshot 

When: Wed., April 5 2017
Who says film is dead? Now in its fourth year, the Cleveland Print Room’s Project Snapshot is an educational program that teaches darkroom fundamentals to students at Maple Heights High School and Saint Martin de Porres High School. Through the Cleveland Print Room, professional photographers have worked with students since October. During the program, students learn the fundamentals of film photography and become familiar with traditional darkroom equipment. Curriculum includes photograms and pinhole photography, as well as developing and printing 35mm film. Thanks to a one-night-only exhibition in the gallery at the Cleveland Print Room, students also learn professional art practices relating to editing, framing, installing, pricing and selling their work. The Project Snapshot Student Exhibition’s free, public reception takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. today. In addition to the exhibition at the Cleveland Print Room, each student will have one framed 11 inch by 14 inch print installed at the Ohio Civil Rights Commission for one year beginning in June. (Josh Usmani)


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