Let your photography work surprise you… in more ways than one.
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“A wonderful experience – I hope David comes back to campus!”
– 2021 Workshop Participant
Are you ready to infuse new meaning into your photography?
When you join David Hillard in The Art of Multiple Imaging workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to challenge and surprise yourself while creating new narratives through working in multiples.
Leave the workshop with a narrative that surprises you or a visual diary that reflects ideas you didn’t know lived at the corners of your imagination. Dig deeper and you might discover a catalog or taxonomy that takes shape and informs your work for years to come.
Embrace the opportunity to explore and discuss the conceptual installations to support your work and vision.
Time and space are yours to invent and reinvent your work.
In this workshop, you’ll question the idea of the photograph as a single moment and will have the opportunity to rearrange and recontextualize images.
Delight, surprise, and a deep inquiry through the ever-changing landscape of photography will support you as you use multiples to capture life as it speeds up.
Each image capturing the moments that become a lifetime.
As a participant, you’ll also participate in:
- Presentations of artists working with the multiple (contemporary and historic)
- Group Shooting Excursions
- Editing exercises
- Sequencing photographs
- Group portfolio reviews to hone and define participants’ intention, practices, and technical choices
- And discussion and writing of artists’ statements
Plus so much more.
Find what story lies within the multiples of each moment. Join us.
The Art of Multiple Imaging: Conceptualizing Time & Place
An in-person, advanced level photography workshop with David Hillard
June 20, 2022 – June 24, 2022 | $1495
All images © David Hilliard
Instructor: David Hilliard
David Hilliard creates large-scale multi-paneled color photographs, often based on his life or the lives of people around him. His panoramas direct the viewer’s gaze across the image surface allowing narrative, time and space to unfold. David received his BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and MFA from the Yale University School of Art. He worked for many years as an assistant professor at Yale University where he also directed the undergraduate photo department. He currently teaches in Boston at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design and Lesley Art + Design. He also leads photography workshops throughout the country.