Howard University has played an important role in American history and the civil rights movement from its inception. The stories told by former graduates and current students contribute to the rich tapestry that is the American experience. For this installment of Projected, we asked the current students of Howard’s School of Communications to capture life on campus.
The photographs in this installation were taken by the following students: Khary Armster, Courtney Daniel, Hydeia L. Harvey, Sommer F. Hill, Beryl Kessio, Jordann R. Smith, Alexia Imani Spencer, Ajani Thomas, Amber Tucker, Issac L. Umar, Dikembe Wilkins, and Kristen D. Lynem-Wilson.
This summer, Projected will feature a second set of images by Howard students, this time focused on life off campus. Off Campus will be on view from June 19 through 25.
How to View On Campus
During the day, On Campus can be viewed on monitors inside the ICP Museum and during evening hours, images are literally “projected” onto the windows of the ICP Museum; they can be viewed from the sidewalk outside the Museum and are most visible after sunset. Learn more about Projected.
About Howard University
Founded in 1867, Howard University is a private research university comprised of 13 schools and colleges. Students pursue studies in more than 120 areas leading to undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. To date, Howard has awarded more than 120,000 degrees.
For more than 44 years, the School of Communications (SOC) has trained journalists and media communication professionals through five of the most premier advertising, audio production, journalism, media management, and public relations programs in the world. SOC graduates are known at the local, national, and global levels for their leadership within and across diverse communities through communication research, professional practice, innovation, job creation, social justice, and service via cutting-edge knowledge, skills, and technology.