Central Students Involved in Photography Project

Posted by Community Relations Department on 5/15/2013

Five advanced photo students of Judy Mariahazy were involved in a special project working with five professional photographers this year.  Their project, called  “Through Each Others Eyes” was to make images that represent themselves, culturally.   Each student created 4-5 photographic works which will be exhibited  at MonOrchid gallery, May 14-18.    The work of  Kemi Sholola, 10th  grade, Javier Jimenz, 10th , Alondra Burgos, 11th, Alejandra Rodriguez, 11th and Allysa Phillips, 12th will be at the gallery  at 214 E. Roosevelt.  The students will be part of an opening reception, May 17.


Six other Central students participated in the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts Visions project.   They have had the opportunity to work with six internationally known fine art photographers, culminating with an exhibit of their work in the gallery at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.   The students are Alexa Guy, Sabrina Hernandez, Adam Ortiz, Jazmine Moore, Alejandra Rodriguez and Johnalyss Medina.  Their work will be displayed from May 9-September 8 at the gallery which is located inside the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts at the Civic Plaza.  There is also works displayed by students from South Mountain High School, Desert Mountain and Coronado.