Arts & Entertainment

Campus Times
October 1, 2004

photo by Reina Santa Cruz

Zelda Zinn presented her first solo exhibit on Sept. 23. Zinn is upbeat and friendly when talking about her art. “The first picture I took was when I was nine or 10. My friend was blowing a bubble and I was able to see her image through the bubble,” she said. David Russo, Zinn’s boyfriend said, “The world affects her. She’s very hopeful.” Zinn’s exhibit will be on display until Oct.15 in the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography in Miller Hall.

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