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NOTE: This Course will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom Platform.
Class meets Wednesday 7-9pm ET – May 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th and a reunion session June 23rd
+ 1:1 sessions Friday morning May 21st and 28th (See Full Schedule Below)
The last year has been a challenge to photographers used to going out and using the camera to engage with the world. As there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and we will soon be able to return to normal, how can we reinvigorate our creative practice?
In this class, we will have photographic exercises in artistic thinking and use photography (with social distance) to connect to the world around us. There are short, daily Photo assignments of about 20 minutes. Through these exercises and the examination of work by fine art photographers, each student will formulate a project that connects them with their world. Students will embrace their creative passions to create a body of work by the end of the class.
Whether you already have a creative practice or are new to photography, you leave with a portfolio of images and a deeper understanding of the photographic medium as a means of social connection.
The class will meet each Wednesday for 4 weeks on May 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th from 7-9 PM ET and then one month later for a reunion session on June 23rd. Each student will get a 15 minute one on one on Friday mornings May 21 and May 28 between 10-1pm or scheduled individually with the instructor.
**Note: Students should have Adobe Lightroom CC.
Image Credit: Darcy Aders
Instructor: Gail Albert Halaban
Gail Albert Halaban is an American artist born in 1970 in Washington, DC. She has been published widely including in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and Le Monde. Her work has been exhibited extensively in solo and group shows including a solo exhibit in 2018 at the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York. Galleries around the world have shown her work with her primary representation at the Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York City. Public and private collections including the Hermes Foundation, George Eastman Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, Nelson Atkins Museum, Cape Ann Museum, Wichita Art Museum hold her work.