The Blue Screen/Wall, Building 17
Equipment Check Out Door, Building 17
Art-O-Mat, Building 11
Art Gallery with my classmate, Building 17 (It looks so life like)
“The Commons” area, Building 17 (Not a lot of people were there that day)
(Outside) My teacher’s office, Building 17 *gives a thumbs up*
The Reference counter in the Library, Building 18
Christina Salter’s office, Building 1 (my thumb was in the picture)
Nation Flags, Building 1 (all are welcome!)
Bus Stops, East side of Campus (aka my only ride home)
Metal Sculpture, front of Health Building
Construction, in front of Center Building (I hope they leave soon)
Mary Jo Kreindel’s office, Building 11
A Scavenger Hunt, With a Few Selfies Two.
#1. Teresa’s Office
#2. Blue Cyc Wall
#3 Equipment Checkout
#4. Main Art Gallery
#5. Art O Mat
#6. Reference Counter in the Library
#7. Silver Sculpture
#8. Mary Jo Kreindel’s Office
#9. The Bus Stop
#10. Christina Salter’s Office
#11. The Commons
#12. The Flags
#13. Construction Shot
All photos taken by Drew Eggers
Teresa sent us on a Scavenger Hunt this week to photograph various places that Media Arts students should be familiar with at Lane. I enjoyed this project. I’d just checked out a camera for my Image Communications class, so had a good time getting used to it and working on this project. Here are my shots. Enjoy ~!
#3 – Equipment Checkout, featuring Michael (because he couldn’t find the Christopher Walken mask I wanted to photograph). I’m going to get familiar with this place…all those toys !
#4 – The Main Art Gallery. I was amazed to see these chainmaille shirts on display. This is my kind of art. I’m jealous (and now ambitious to get a cool shirt done myself).
#7 – The Silver Sculpture in front of the Health and Wellness Center. I caught this on a really sunny day. I love the play of light through the green tiles.
#8 – Mary Jo Kreindel’s Office. Mary Jo wasn’t in her office when I took the photo, but I was able to meet her later.
#9 – The Bus Stop. Enough said.
#10 – Christina Salter’s Office. I enjoyed meeting with Christina when I was deciding to enter the Multimedia Arts program. She was incredibly helpful and encouraging. Thanks, Christina!
Now on to the next project.