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Stereoscope: A new student magazine to celebrate photography @ St Andrews

The name of this new magazine was chosen in honour of St Andrew's historic resident, Sir David Brewster, the inventor of the stereoscope. It is a student produced magazine that celebrates student photography in St Andrews while raising awareness about the photographs of the University's special collections, and its longstanding tradition with photography.

Working with the support of the University's Art History Department and Library Special Collections, the magazine is produced annually with an accompanying exhibition. Each issue explores a particular theme and features articles as well as photographs.  Like the instrument which provides its viewer with a dual-perspective, this new student magazine aims to provide views to both the past and the present.

Details of the news article can be found here, and good luck with its publication!



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Comment by Michael Wong on March 3, 2011 at 20:55
Happy to do so, Luke, and I'm sure it will be a valuable addition to the photo history community in years to come.
Comment by Luke Gartlan on March 2, 2011 at 22:33
Thanks for posting this Michael. The students certainly have taken the initiative with this magazine.

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