Develop your portfolio with class discussion, fieldwork, and lab time.

There are no available registration dates at this time.

NOTE: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom Platform. 
Class meets Thursdays, 1-4:30pm ET for five sessions

Image Credit: Gus Baganz, Young Photographer 2015

College-bound? Whether you are applying to art school or a liberal arts college, this course is for you.  In these five sessions, we will work toward completing materials for your portfolio submission. We’ll discuss how to pull your image portfolio together; image selection, sequencing, and formatting. We will work with the essay questions for the Common App to help you hone your essay and image submission with peer review and individual instructor feedback.

Students will need a solid internet connection to attend class through Zoom with video and audio capacity, as well as basic computer skills, access to software to process their images, and the ability to upload them to a designated space for the instructor to share within the classroom.

It is recommended that you students have completed a photography course at MMW prior to this course, or are concurrently enrolled in “Developing Your Vision for Young Artists”.


Testimonials:

“MMW has taught me so many things not only about media but also about myself as an artist and a person in general.”
– Alicia Price, Lebanon, NH

“It was such an enriching experience that really helped me master photographic skills.”
– Meghan Prior, Westport, CT

“MMW has been such a life changing experience for me.”
– Lily Plstein, Los Angeles, CA

Examples of Student Work:

Student Image Credit from top left to bottom right: Gus Baganz, Molly D’Arcy, Molly D’Arcy, Yasmin Smeets
Header Image Credit: Molly D’Arcy

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Instructor: Deanna Witman

Deanna (DM) Witman is a trandisciplinary artist working at the intersection of environmental disruption and the human relationship to place in the Age of the Anthropocene. Her creative practice is deeply rooted within the realm of the effects of humans on this world using photographic materials, video, and installation. DM is affiliated with Klompching Gallery, NY and Cove Street Arts, Portland. Recent interviews and publications include The Guardian, BBC Culture, WIRED, Boston Globe, and Art New England. She actively exhibits her work and has been recognized with grants from the Maine Arts Commission, The Kindling Fund, The John Anson Kittredge Fund, and the Puffin Foundation.