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Passport to the World

The Foster Gallery unveils its newest exhibit, “Visually Speaking” by Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and Times-Picayune photographer Ted Jackson. Jackson spent the day at Nobles talking with students and faculty about his work including images that he captured during Hurricane Katrina.  The show … Continue reading

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Darkroom Photo

Nobles Day Camp darkroom instructor Bob teaches campers how to process film. Pictured here, Bob shows a photo that’s half fixed and half unfixed.

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Pictures Within Pictures

These photos-within-photos show Middle School students and their self-reflections at the beginning of the year and near the end of this academic year. The before-and-after images are on display in the Arts Center. Below, Class I student Isabella Schumann poses … Continue reading

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Beekeepers Captured on Camera

Foster Gallery artist Christine Collins visited classes at Nobles today. English teacher Peter Raymond—one of the subjects in Collin’s photographs of beekeepers—brought his class to meet the artist. Collin’s exhibit, “The Keepers,” is on display in the gallery until April … Continue reading

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Camera Obscura

Photo II students made this image with a room-sized camera obscura. Photography teachers John Hirsch and Kelsey Grousbeck, along with their students, constructed it by blacking out a room with large pieces of cardboard, leaving only a small aperture. The light … Continue reading

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