The works of Penn State School of Visual Arts (SoVA) Photography Club members are on display at the Abba Java Coffee House, downtown State College, throughout the month of December. The exhibition showcases works produced by Photo Club members throughout the Fall 2015 semester.
"Abba Java gave us complete control to curate the space and the show however we wanted, which was an enriching experience as a club to have," said Natalie Leonard, Photo Club president. "Being involved in photo club has been a wonderful and refreshing experience for me. It has challenged me and helped to open my eyes to practices and perspectives very different than my own. It is a fun and accepting outlet, with students of many different backgrounds, that I am really happy to be a part of."
Penn State's Photography Club is open to students in all majors who share a passion and enjoyment for photography. Photo Club creates a stress free environment to come together and create work without the pressure of graded assignments. Work is primarily created during free time, and club members work together to provide feedback and give each other critiques when necessary, as well as taking time to talk about the art and sharing personal experiences through our photographs.