“Twenty-Five for Twenty-Five” is a celebration of Jerry Wolford’s twenty-eight plus years of photography. This month marks Jerry’s twenty-fifth year working as a photojournalist at the News & Record in Greensboro. This exhibit is Jerry’s first look back at his work as a whole and takes you back through some highlights of those twenty-five years and then some. In fact, he has included twenty-nine years of work, going back to his days as a photographer for Randleman High School’s newspaper, as a student at Randolph Technical College (now Randolph Community College), and at his first job at The Courier-Tribune in Asheboro.
“Twenty-Five for Twenty-Five” is free and open to the public during normal school hours and days in the photography department.