Art students creates pinhole cameras that really work
Tiny pinhole cameras that utilize the earliest photographic technology will be on display at the Herberger College's Harry Wood Gallery when "Macchine di Luce" opens on April 7. Created by metals and jewelry major Nissa Kubly, the fully functional cameras and the images actually taken with them offer a trip back in time to an era before digital photography, or even the cameras we all grew up with. A free public reception is scheduled for 7-9 p.m., April 7, and the exhibition will run through April 11.
Harry Wood Gallery is located in the Art Building on ASU's main campus in Tempe (near the intersection of Forest and Tyler malls). Admission is always free. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.