Far Peripheral. Curated by Bryan Hiott. Presented by Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP and Furman University Undergraduate Evening Studies.
Images presented are the digital photographic works of Undergraduate Evening Studies (UES) students and instructor, Bryan Hiott. UES students are typically working adults completing their undergraduate degree in Business and/or Accounting.
Digital Photography is one of many courses in the arts required as part of Furman's comprehensive curriculum designed to foster student engagement through new learning experiences beyond major courses. Far Peripheral showcases the creative vision of UES students who engage with subject matter and present the world from new and unique perspectives.
Images were selected by instructor and show curator, Bryan Hiott. An internationally-featured fine art photographer, Hiott earned his MFA from Parsons The New School for Design in New York City where he taught prior to joining the UES faculty.
The exhibit will be open to the public through December 1, 2014. To learn more about the Undergraduate Evening Studies program, visit furman.edu/ues.