Featuring: Students of the High School of Art & Design and The High School of Fashion Industries
Our Career and Technical (CTE) Education High Schools give students the support to design, create, and photograph. Growing up in New York City, CTE high school students emphasize their artistic style not only with the clothes they buy, but with the clothes they make.
This year at Photoville, we are celebrating the collaboration between our fashion and photography students with the theme of Identity and fashion. Each collaboration represents the process we take each student through: researching current fashion photography trends, testing props, and styling, and designing mood boards to determine a look. Students’ work is produced in our schools’ studios and on location.
During one of the most challenging years of our lives, our students made incredible images that captured so many aspects of their experiences. As you can see, our students continued and increased their capacity to create invigorating images with perseverance and heart. We look at this past year, a year in a pandemic, where students got to pause and think about what really matters to them. Students increased their shared experience of photography to those they photographed and were asked to engage in projects on a much more independent level during remote learning. In this exhibit, students highlight this incredible work. By clicking on the QR codes next to the students photographs, you will be able to hear from the students directly.
The mission of the High School of Fashion Industries is to provide challenging, creative, and effective career, technical, and academic training for New York City students. The faculty and administration of our school—working with the cooperation of the parents and student body—seek to provide a unique learning experience and a specially tailored program for all students who have an interest in a fashion-related field.
Identity and Fashion
Featuring: Various ArtistsView Location Details Number 1 on the official photoville map Click to download this year's map Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
1 Water St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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