Join Us Friday, April 28th, 2023 at 6 pm!

!We welcome you to come and enjoy over 60 works of art by our incredible Dreyfoos Photography students!
This exhibition is free and open to the public.


Boccara Fine Art Gallery on Palm Beach invites you to view two incredible exhibitions in one location. Join us on Friday, April 28th at 6pm
at the Boccara Fine Art Gallery at 139 N County Rd, Palm Beach Florida 33480 for the opening night.


The photography students of Dreyfoos School of the Arts will show a variety of mediums and styles of traditional, digital, and alternate photography.
The event was curated by Dean of the Digital Media Department, Melissa Glosmanova, DSOA Artist in Residence Erika Cespedes and Sydney Walsh. 


Breaking Tradition:

“Breaking Tradition” showcases the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts 2022-2023 Creative Photography 1 students’ unique perspectives through traditional analog photography and alternative processes. Dreyfoos Artists in Residence Erika Cespedes and Sydney Walsh have curated over sixty lens-based artworks to be featured at Boccara Fine Art’s gallery in Palm Beach, Florida.

The exhibition is a culmination of the students’ strongest pieces produced during their foundational photography class at Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts. “Breaking Tradition” embodies each student’s exceptional talent and determination to fulfill their visions as young photographers. Their approaches range from sophisticated silver gelatin fiber prints made from experimental developer, to colorful textured image transfers on organic surfaces.

Bold, thoughtful and whimsical, this collection of artwork is a window into the thriving community of artists within the Digital Media Department at
Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts. 



"Viewpoints" is a diverse collection of sixteen creative perspectives from the Photography students at Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts.  Ranging from digital photography, scanography, and 35mm darkroom prints, this collection exhibits the concepts, themes, and ideas that are currently significant to the artists' personal portfolios.


In addition to visual communication techniques, the artists featured in the Viewpoints exhibit use writing to supplement their artworks' messages to viewers.  Guests are encouraged to read the artists' statements and take a deep dive into the moments being exhibited.


"Viewpoints" was curated by the Dean of the Digital Media Department at Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Melissa Glosmanová. We are very grateful to Buccara Fine Art Gallery and The School of the Arts Foundation for making this exhibition possible!