The “Photography Exposed” interactive exhibit showcased 50 images with companion QR (Quick Read) codes that smartphones and mobile web devices with cameras can scan to access supplemental videos or text messages from the artists.
What do you get when you mix a dark room, visual artists, and an assortment of glow sticks, LEDs, and flashlights? The Multimedia Production Center and WAC Photography Club hosted a Light Painting workshop, giving participants the opportunity to try creating long exposures with their cameras that result in images like those show below.
Washington College’s Geospatial Technology Summer Camp offers a unique summer camp experience for kids in grades 7-12. Campers spent one week at Washington College exploring many areas of this growing field. In combination with GIS, campers also explored the chemistry of the surrounding waterways, the ecology of the Chester River Watershed, the history of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Kent County, and the way police use GIS to fight crime in Prince George’s County. By the end of the week campers walk away with a better understanding of how GIS is used in everyday life.