Dates: Jul 7 – Aug 4
Details: Tuesdays, 5 Sessions
Times: 10:00AM – 12:00PM
New Art Live Online Learning – Weekly online class at designated class times. New Art faculty conduct a real-time class through Zoom video meetings.
This five-week Zoom course helps students develop a photography project from idea to completion. Use the supportive structure of weekly instruction and feedback to develop your own photography project. We will focus on exploration of concept, the creation curve, the editing process, critique, and presentation. The class will culminate in a slideshow of the student projects.
Students should have an understanding of the basics of photography, their cameras, and editing software, as this class is not focused on the technical elements of photography, but the ideas and concepts of photography. The instructor, Julie Williams-Krishnan, is a widely exhibited fine art photographer and teacher, and the Director of Programs at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Materials: Camera (digital or film, but you need to be able to share your images electronically), photo editing software on your computer, journal/sketchbook, a way to print images (at home or via a store/lab).
Please note: Online registration for classes that begin on Monday close the Friday before at 12PM. Online registration for classes that begin on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday close on the day before at 12PM. If class registration has closed online and you are interested in registering, please email Marte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult Classes: The “Student’s Email” you provide during registration will be emailed the Zoom link and login information one hour before the class begins.
Children/Teen Classes: The email you provide at checkout will be emailed the Zoom link and login information one hour before the class begins.