Edmonton’s Julian Brezden has had his photos selected to be part of the See.Me international exhibition in New York. Earning Julian a spot in the exhibition was his submission of a photo taken at Moraine Lake in Banff, Alberta.
The See.Me international exhibition in New York is a seven-week exhibition which kicks off with an opening party on July 25th. The exhibition is called “The Story of the Creative” and it celebrates the works of See.Me members from over 100 different nations. The Story of the Creative features a collection of work from a diverse range of mediums, types, influences and inspirations. Guests of the exhibition will be able to view sculpture, works on paper, and the launch of a newly built digital exhibition room.
The Story of the Creative exhibition running July 26th to September 10th will be on view at the See / Exhibition space located at:
26-19 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY
Julian Brezden is a Design and Motion Graphics instructor at Pixel Blue College in Edmonton, Alberta. Pixel Blue College is a digital post-secondary institution that offers their students seven full-time Alberta Advanced Education licensed diploma programs.
Pixel Blue College President Curtis Greenland said, “We are thrilled that Julian has had his work selected for this exhibition. We feel that our students get a real-world education when their instructors are active in their field and passionate about what they are teaching. This shows when our instructors are recognized internationally for their creativity and artistic abilities.”
Pixel Blue College has seen other instructors also find success as of late with their 2D Character Animation instructor Curtis Greenland having been awarded the Digital Alberta Most Inspirational Digital Leader Award in June.