As the Word Odyssey’s Spring 2016 Semester at Sea “Around the World Voyage” moved onward over 101 days and stopped in 11 countries and 15 cities – students brought items from home and gathered personal mementos from the voyage to festoon their rooms creating a home-away-from-home at sea. SASer & photography student Elizabeth Ung photographed… Read More Spring 2016 Semester at Sea “Festoon Your Room”
Spring 2016 Semester at Sea Student Jeannie Sullivan explores The Hassan II Mosque or Grande Mosquée Hassan II in Casablanca, Morocco with her camera. It is the largest mosque in Morocco and the 13th largest in the world. Its minaret is the world’s tallest at 210 metres (689 ft).… Read More Student Spotlight: Jeanne Sullivan “Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca, Morroco”
Spring 2016 Semester at Sea Photography Student Alexandra Lutz-Higgins gives us a unique perspective of living on board our ship the “World Odyssey”. See more SAS Photography projects on this blog and on youtube.
Spring 2016 Semester at Sea student Brendan Sullivan is passionate about the environment. For his final project in the Beginning Documentary Photography class he photographed some of the environmental challenges in Cape Coast, Ghana.… Read More Student Spotlight: Brendan Sullivan “Coastal Ghana”
Spring 2016 Semester at Sea student Fabiana Ayala photographed a dance performance while visiting the Torgorme community during our brief stay in Africa for her final project in the Beginning Documentary Photography class. I look forward to sharing more projects soon from West and North Africa created by the amazing SAS Spring 2016 Beginning Photography… Read More Student Spotlight: Fabiana Ayala “African Dance”
Semester at Sea Spring 2016 Photography student MacKenzie Grout, along with many SAS students, spent time touring the emotionally dark and historically poignant slave castles of West Africa and produced this piece for her final photography project. See more SAS Photography projects on this blog and on youtube.
Spring 2016 Semester at Sea photography student Samantha McCoy spent a day with the Anol Ewe people in Southeastern Ghana, Africa learning about music and dance and produced this piece for her final class project. See more SAS Photography projects on this blog and on youtube.