Reception with the Artists: Saturday, May 4, 2019 (7-9 PM). Featuring music by Stephen Houpt.
The Bath House Cultural Center presents The Photography Program at Greenhill School, a show curated by Frank Lopez, from May 4 to June 8, 2019. The exhibition features works by twenty-three students from Greenhill School, a co-educational independent school in North Texas. The students participating in the exhibition are Anaah Abedi, Chirag Bachani, Katie Bendalin, DeJanna Cook, Maya Desai, Sonia Dhingra, Melis Evlioglu, Josh Flowers, Victoria García, Jaclyn Goldstein, Katy Goodwin, Kate Gould, Kevin Hoare, Olivia Kim, Lilly McLendon, Phoebe Metzger-Levitt, Natalie Neiman, Lizbeth Ortiz, Natalie Park, Helena Shan, Jack Shuman, Rithu Sreenath, and Amber Syed.
All the student-artists included in this show worked under the guidance of Greenhill School photography instructor, Frank Lopez. Mr. Lopez, who has taught at Greenhill School for thirteen years, is also a celebrated artist in the art community who has exhibited his artwork in numerous venues.
The Photography Program at Greenhill School is a 19th-21st century program specializing in the integration of all aspects of technology. Culture and cultural issues lie at the foundation of the program. The artists featured in the exhibition have endeavored to work in analog and digital darkrooms and create personal journals for their individual courses. The exhibition offers a glimpse of the art created at Greenhill School’s Honors Photography, Light Paper Process, and Chemistry of Photography classes. Many students from the photography program have won at local, national and international competitions and are dedicated to furthering the syntax of the photographic medium.