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”
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.
Semester at Sea Spring 2016 Photography student Leilani Konrad spent time in Ghana, West Africa in the Tafi Afome Monkey Sanctuary and produced this piece for her final documentary photography project. The sanctuary is a sacred place and the monkeys are protected. Read more about the history and sanctuary. See more SAS Photography projects on this blog and… Read More Student Spotlight: Leilani Konrad “Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary”
Dear all, I’m excited to announce that I edited and uploaded 118 images from the Spring 2016 Semester at Sea “Around the World Journey” for purchase. Choose from traditionally framed & matted images or printed direct to acrylic or metal. Let me know if you have any questions! See some photo essays from the journey… Read More Printed Photographs Available
Semester at Sea Spring 2016 Photography student Delaney Whitted spent time in Ghana, West Africa with the organization “Pencils of Promise” and produced this piece for her final documentary photography project. Pencils of Promise builds schools and provides quality educational programming to increase literacy rates in Ghana, Guatemala, Laos and Nicaragua. See more SAS Photography projects on this… Read More Student Spotlight: Delaney Whitted “Pencils of Promise”
Spring 2016 Semester at Sea student Elizabeth Ung spent several days in the community of Senase in Ghana, Africa and visited a school called Semanhyiya., meaning “what if I’d never met you”. The school has a committed group of volunteers through the God Freds Foundation made up of many SAS alumni and supporters. To help… Read More Student Spotlight: Elizabeth Ung “Senase”, Ghana