Students in this course concentrate on producing a project, either fine art or documentary, during the term. Students may work in digital still, chemical darkroom processes and video. Emphasis is placed on content, story and excellent printmaking and edit dynamics. This course includes group and individual critiques, the creation of new images and stories through significant field work and culminates in a final edited group of sequenced photographs or edited video piece.

Class meets Monday afternoons, 1:30PM - 6:00PM, beginning January 4.



Elizabeth Greenberg

Elizabeth Greenberg, Vice President of Academic Affairs, earned her B.F.A. in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design and completed her M.F.A in Visual Arts at Vermont College.  Elizabeth began her photographic career in New York City working as Arnold Newman’s studio manager and first assistant.  After leaving Arnold Newman’s studio, she went on to assist many other well - known photographers, spending another four years working as a still life and food photographer.  She then continued to work as a freelance portrait and editorial photographer in New York City and Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth has been teaching at the Maine Photographic Workshops (now Maine Media) since 1994.   She was the Director of the Photography Programs from 2000-2007. Elizabeth has also taught at the New School for Social research, Lafayette College (Easton, PA) and the Baum School of Art (Allentown, PA). Elizabeth teaches in the Professional Certificate program and is a member of the MFA faculty.

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