Mayan people and African animals are the focus of “Photography Abroad,” a campus exhibit crafted by Brent Foster, associate professor of communications and interim director of Undergraduate Studies and General Education, and alumna Sandy Segerstrom Daniels.
The exhibit’s striking photo of a Mayan man’s stained and weathered hands earned Foster the “Best of Show” award in the annual Art 4 Health juried exhibit that features original artwork by students, alumni, faculty and staff.
Foster took his photos on a 2015 international journalism trip to Guatemala with 10 CSUF students and Jeffrey Brody, professor of communications. The group accompanied a medical mission led by Refuge International, which provides surgical, medical and dental care.
Daniels ’87 (B.A. communications — photo communications) captured images of elephants and other animals on an African safari. Daniels is the founder and executive director of Festival of Children Foundation, a managing partner of C.J. Segerstrom & Sons and an owner of the South Coast Plaza.
The collection of about 70 photographs is on display through March 3 in the Titan Student Union’s Atrium Gallery. Foster and Daniels will attend a reception from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30.