High School Photography Exhibition Opens November 18 at Miami's Voice of America Learning Center

A collage of four photos: a blue eye, stack of book, a girl blowing a dandelion, and colored pencils in the shape of a circle.The fourth annual exhibition of photographs by students from Lakota East, Lakota West, and Mason high schools will open with a free public reception from 2 to 5 pm on Sunday, November 18, at the Miami University Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester.

Titled OUR FAVORITE THINGS, this year’s exhibition is again jointly presented by the West Chester Photo Club and the Learning Center. More than 120 images from the area’s young photographers comprise this year’s showing.
During the reception, the award for Best in Show will be announced, as well as awards for winners in each of the grade levels. The awards have been made possible through the generous sponsorship of Pop Revolution Framing Gallery and PROCAM (Photo and Video Gear).

The West Chester Photo Club meets monthly at The Church of the Nazarene on Tylersville Road, and works to help photographers who are novices or working to improve their photographic skills. Their goal is to "encourage growth of artistic and technical photographic capability by pursuing our art through friendship, collaboration and community involvement." To learn more about the Photo Club visit their website at

The exhibition will remain on view through December 19 at the Voice of America Learning Center which is located at 7847 VOA Park Drive, at the corner of Cox Road and VOA Park Drive in West Chester. Viewing times are 9 am to 9 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 9 am to 4 pm on Friday.