Look forward to fall.

Register for one or more of our featured workshops taking place this September and October, taught by one of our incredible and noteworthy faculty.

Fall workshops for 2019 are now accepting registrations.
Open to the public.

 

FILMMAKING

DaVinci Resolve: David Martinez | SEP 15-21

Storytelling in the Edit Room: Dana Rae Warren | SEP 22-28

The Steadicam Workshop: Paul Taylor | SEP 22-28

Drone Flight Aerial Filmmaking & Photography: Abbe Lyle + Scott Strimple | OCT 13-19

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

The Art and Craft of Photoshop Post-Production
Richard Tuschmann | SEP 15-21

2-Day Collecting Photography Bootcamp (in NYC): Alice Sachs Zimet | SEP 27-28

The Quiet Landscape: Beyond the Picture Postcard: Jacob + Alissa Hessler | SEP 29-OCT 5

Return to Oz: Colors of Fall: Vincent Versace | OCT 13-19

 

 

BOOK ARTS & DESIGN

2-Day Letterpress with Photopolymer Plates
Richard Reitz Smith | SEP 21-22

Adobe InDesign: Digital Design for Publication
David Allen | OCT 13-19

 

 

WRITERS HARBOR

From Journalism to Creative Nonfiction
Mimi Edmunds | OCT 6-12

Live Storytelling: Learn from a Moth Performer & Bestselling Author
Annabelle Gurwitch | OCT 13-19

 

 

MORE 2-DAY WORKSHOPS

SEP 21-22

2-Day Grant Writing Workshop | Kerstin Gilg
2-Day Adobe Lightroom

OCT 12-13

2-Day Advanced DSLR for Video
2-Day DaVinci Resolve II
2-Day Drone Cinematography | Brian Kelly
2-Day Lighting Basics | David Martinez
2-Day The Art of Pitching | Wayne Beach
1-Day Camera Basics
2-Day Advanced Collodion | Brenton Hamilton

 

 

 

COMMUNITY CLASSES

Get a taste of our college programs. Open to the public.
10-week courses that meet weekly: SEP 2-NOV 12, 2019

19th Century History of Photography
Learn about the discovery of photography and its influences in visual culture in the 19th century to approximately 1935.

Collaborations in Multimedia I
Gain a solid foundation in the basics of storytelling. Cover key technical concepts of video capture, audio capture, and editing.

Digital Techniques
Explore various techniqes, materials, and processes for capturing, organizing, processing, and printing monochrome digital images.

Projects I (Photography)
Enhance your personal vision and skill in photography with weekly shooting assignments and in-depth critiques of your work.

Note: If you are interested in our long term College Degree and Certificate Programs, visit our College Page!