Cool Facts

Discover More About the Artwork at JBU

Photography students shoot beautiful photographs and build a portfolio while in school:

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student work

In the summer of 2014, some Photography students are going to Ukraine for two weeks to provide photography services for a missions organization while earning Social Documentary Photography class credit.

Photography students have even more international opportunities, like other Summer Studies trips and the European Art Tour.


Photography students have access to darkrooms, photo studios and a variety of industry-standard photography equipment.

Learn more about the Visual Arts facilities.

Art East Photography Darkroom

Art West Portrait Studio

Photography students prepare and display work for the student art show and competition.

The 2013 Student Works exhibit in the Art Gallery.

2013 Student Works


Neal Holland is the JBU Visual Arts Photography professor.

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Photography students join the Visual Art Foundry, the student-led art club.

The Visual Art Foundry InFocus photographers host a weekly get-together where Photography students can hang out and get peer critique on their work. The VAF also plans other events and workshops to connect art students while enriching their art education experience.

JBU Visual Art

The Visual Arts Department is the fastest-growing department at JBU.

Photography students get to be part of it.

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