350 Visitors PANIC at the Childhood

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Don’t Panic! It is not the real meaning. It’s not panic, as you know. But the real meaning of Panic is PANIK as an acronim of “Premium Exhibition of Klik18 Photo Community”. Childhood is the theme of the exhibition chosen by Communication Science student who are members of student activities in the Communication Science Lens Community in this Unit 18 building. The regular exhibition, which is commonly called Panik, is an creation that becomes a place for the exhibition of the young generation of Klik18. Called Panik2018 because this time the one who had an interest in the exhibition was the turn of the class of 2018. The theme of childhood, or “My Little World” as stated in its promotional poster, tried to present differences in the game and childhood memories when we were growing up.

The exhibition which was held for three days from September, 19 till 21, 2019 at the Central Library of UII was attended by approximately 35 photos of the work of one generation. Childhood is known to be always noisy, often even panic. It was just right for the committee’s design that was lively and full of noise from the first day of the exhibition, to the climax there was Awarding Night or the best night awarding of the photos. In addition to the exhibition, the event was also enlivened with the Workshop “Basic Landscape and Portrait Photography” with Yosafat YK on September 20, 2019. There were also performances by guest stars Kavca Dio and Wafi.

“There were 350 visitors,” said Winesti Rahayu, the 2018 Panic Committee, when contacted separately. On the eve of the awards ceremony the winner of the best photos was announced. The winner won 1st place by Syahrul (class 2018), Then Rissa was 2nd place from class 2018, and 3rd place was Finda from the 2017 class.

“So it was the photo contest from the photos exhibited. Then the winner was also taken from the results of the exhibition visitors vote,” said Winesti explaining the awarding mechanism.