Teen Institute Students Grades 6-12 Display Their Work at the Cleveland Print Room

Photo Credit: Serenity from Glenville Recreation Center

Fri 4/27 @ 5-8PM

In its five-plus years, the Cleveland Print Room has developed a host of programs to encourage the use of photography as a means of expression. One of those is its Teen Institute, which develops visual literacy in youth by teaching them the techniques and concepts of photography.

The new work of those students in grades 6-12 will go on display in CPR’s gallery in the Teen Institute Presents: Instant Foto (IF) Exhibition. More than 110 students will have work on the wall, and it will be available for sale. The students will also be offering to take your portraits with FUJI Instax Wide film at the opening. The opening is free and open to the public.

The show will be on view through Fri 5/4.


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