Explore the power of photography with new insight.

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NOTE: This Course will be Held in an Online Format using the Zoom Platform.

Starts July 6th. See full schedule below.

With the proliferation of digital cameras and iPhones, we all take a lot of pictures. This constant recording with our camera sometimes prevents us from seeing. This class will hone participants’ observation skills and explore the power of photography with new insight. It will be a boot camp in artistic thinking.

In this immersive workshop students will learn to express their vision through online group activities, observation exercises and critiques.  Mondays will include photography assignments and group discussions. Wednesdays and Thursdays each week will consist of individual critiques and peer reviews. The course is intended both for people who have a creative practice and those who are new to photography. Students will not only leave with a portfolio of photographs but also with a new set of visual literacy skills that can be applied to all aspects of life.

Class Schedule (EDT)

Mondays: (July 6, 13, 20, 27, August 3)

11:00 -1:00pm EDT: Assignments and Group Discussion

Wednesdays:

11:00 -1:00pm: Individual Critiques & Peer Review (30 minutes each)

Thursdays:

11:00am -1:00pm: Individual Critiques & Peer Review (30 minutes each)

**Note: Students should have Adobe Lightroom CC. 

Image Credit: Darcy Aders

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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.