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Photography and Sabbatical

Photo (and graphics and art and journalism) instructor Curtis Corlew (who's writing this in the third person for no good reason) will be on sabbatical Spring 2009. But fear not, the very able Scott Wreyford will teach the photography and Photoshop classes.

Curtis will return Fall 2009, all refreshed and smarter for his time at school at CSUEB.
He (again, meaning me) will attempt to add a few things to this blog anyway, but, you know how that might go.

The photo is from a Fall 2008 Photo II class field trip to Mare Island to try some light painting.

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