Photo portfolios showcased online during pandemic

Maggie Allen is the subject of this photograph from a fine art series by CMC professional photography student Hannah Johnson. Because of precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the college’s graduating photography students are using an online digital gallery to display their portfolios to the public. “Digital Gallery” can be viewed virtually and will remain online indefinitely. Photo Hannah Johnson

Student work available for viewing at virtual gallery

Two Isaacson School films in RMPBS series

The Isaacson School student filmmakers of “Rocky Mountain Hive,” part of the “In Short: Student Films from Across Colorado” series on Rocky Mountain PBS. Here with CMC associate professor Joseph Gamble are, from left, Nate Krause, Mikaela Stelmach, Gamble, Hannah Johnson, Aryha McNamee and Natuza Olen. Filmmakers not pictured: Beth Provo, Laurel Smith, Kourtney Gasaway

Shorts on “In Short: Student Films from Across Colorado”

CMC Spring Valley hosts prototype lab opening, student portfolio show

A new prototype lab at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley will provide students from the college’s Isaacson School for Communication, Arts and Media more learning opportunities in photography, digital media and graphic design. An example of the practical, yet visually intriguing, lab is this “wrench bench.” A grand opening, student portfolio show and a discussion about the influence of the Bauhaus movement will take place May 2 at the campus. Photo Debra Crawford

Community invited to free open house May 2

Exceptional visions: CMC photographers earn accolades, career success

Colorado Mountain College student photographer Dustin Gregory earned a photo illustration award of excellence for his image, “Layers of Time: Day to Night in Canyonlands” in the 2018 international College Photographer of the Year competition. Inspired by photographer Stephen Wilkes’ “Day to Night” series, Gregory took photos over a two-day period in the same location and blended them together using Photoshop. Photo Dustin Gregory

Students, alumni earning awards, creating film, opening Aspen gallery, exhibiting at Smithsonian, publishing photo book

CMC photography student’s work now part of Grand Avenue Bridge

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper takes a photo of CMC photography student Antonio Tavoletti in front of the Grand Avenue Bridge plaque. Tavoletti’s photograph of the bridge was selected for the plaque, located under the bridge in downtown Glenwood Springs. Photo Frank Martin

Antonio Tavoletti’s Grand Avenue Bridge photos on display through July 15