Access and hone your personal voice through intense self-reflection, discussion and exploration in a workshop that helps to define your artistic vision. We study artists who have come before us, discuss their work and strategies, and examine what makes it unique. There is time for personal reflection while exploring the spaces around us, and working on fine-tuning photographic skills. Outside of group discussions, students work one-on-one with the instructor to develop their own voice and message. We encourage you to be open to feedback, change and self-discovery.
Media & Techniques:
Students use digital cameras, a digital work flow with Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop and digital printmaking techniques.
Regular lectures, one-on-one meetings and group discussions, critiques, image-making in the field or in the studio, editing and printing images.
Lisa Kereszi is an educator and artist whose work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney, Brooklyn Museum and others. She is currently a lecturer and acting director of undergraduate studies in photography at Yale University. Lisa is represented by Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York City, and has five books in print: Governors Island, Fantasies, Fun and Games, Joe’s Junk Yard and The More I Learn About Women. www.lisakereszi.com