Kolster Class Takes a 'Photography Bath' At The Eastman House

Story posted March 11, 2010

Students in Associate Professor of Art Mike Kolster's advanced photo seminar traveled 500 miles miles to Rochester, N.Y., for a private tour of the George Eastman House, which houses the world's largest and oldest photography collection.

"I now know that I can take a concept and express it through photography in a playful and expressive way," said one student participant.

The field trip was made possible by the McKee Photography Fund.

Read the Bowdoin Orient article.

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Senior Curator Alison Nordstrom gives Kolster's photography students a behind-the-scenes tour of the collections vault at the Eastman House.

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