Create a small artist zine and a salon-style exhibition of your work.
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This is a multifaceted workshop where students will research, photograph, and conceptualize pictures into something experiential through the making of a small artist zine as well as the installation of a salon style exhibition that will conclude with a public viewing of the work made during the 5 days together.
Though students are tasked with photographing new work, that is not the only priority of this workshop. The week will also consist of evening sequencing sessions, portfolio reviews, artist visits (via Zoom), and print/book production. There will be many planned and candid discussions that revolve around the editorial world, publishing, and the various ways that our photography can engage the public.
Instructor: Jacqueline Bates
Jacqueline Bates is the Photography Director of The California Sunday Magazine, which won the National Magazine Award for excellence in photography two years in a row, in 2016 and 2017, and Pop-Up Magazine. Previously, she was senior photo editor of W Magazine and worked in the photo departments of ELLE, Interview, and Wired. Bates holds an mfa in photography from the School of Visual Arts.
Instructor: Nelson Chan
Nelson Chan was born in New Jersey to immigrant parents from Hong Kong and Taiwan and has spent most of his life between the States and Hong Kong. Having grown up on two continents with unique cultures, this immigrant experience has influenced the majority of his work.