2022 Alexandria Photo + Media Student Show

We are very pleased to announce the return of our annual juried student show to the AFA Gallery this year! The exhibition is on view from February 14-25th, 2022 in the AFA Gallery. Gallery Doors are open Monday through Thursday 12 pm to 10 pm. All are welcome! If you can’t visit click the poster below to view the online exhibition.

Join Us!

In preparation for spring registration, NOVA Photography + Media is hosting two online advising sessions, Thursday, October 28, and Friday, October 29 at 2 pm. Join us! Talk to Photo + Media faculty and get your questions answered.

Photography + Media Advising Session I
Topic: Photography + Media Advising Session I
Time: Oct 28, 2021, 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://vccs.zoom.us/j/83799155479?pwd=ZU0rUHk4YnRTd0puenNVZmQyT2NuUT09

Meeting ID: 837 9915 5479
Passcode: 891862

 

Photography + Media Advising Session II
Topic: Photography + Media Advising Session II
Time: Oct 29, 2021, 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://vccs.zoom.us/j/86818258116?pwd=VmNWMC8rL3hXN0ZpbS9qNkNSb2lBdz09

Meeting ID: 868 1825 8116
Passcode: 347553

On View in AFA Gallery!

Not Too Little Not Too Late
Featured work from 2020 & 2021 Photography + Media Juried Shows
AFA Gallery at Alexandria Campus
Sep20 – Oct 14, 2021

Each year students in Photography + Media classes may submit works in photography, video, and multimedia for a spring exhibit juried by someone from outside the NVCC community. The work must have been produced during the preceding year though not necessarily for a class.

And each year, from that juried show, some students are selected to receive Juror’s Awards and a Faculty Award. The awards are for excellence in overall work, not prizes for a particular image. The Faculty Award winner’s work is used in promotional materials for the next year’s Juried Student Show.

Normally the works, in print or multimedia, are displayed in our AFA Gallery. In the spring of 2020 and 2021, this was not possible. While virtual exhibits can be very good, they do not have quite the same presence as works in print or larger displays, so we are very pleased to present the works by the Juror’s and Faculty Award recipients in those two years now, neither too late nor too little.