Students may choose to pay the Reduced Tuition or the Full Price Tuition. Additional need-based scholarships available upon request.
Sharpen your vision as a photographer and enrich the content of your work by exploring the question, “What gives a photograph meaning?” In this workshop, students examine the art of photography and explore how photographs attain significance through context. We will examine photographic elements that supply the work with the capacity to construct narrative. Experimentation is encouraged as a means of pushing past the familiar and finding new ways of being expressive with photographs. Each day students focus on specific photographic approaches and consider how subject matter and form create meaning.
Students use digital cameras, a digital workflow with Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop, and digital printmaking techniques.
Christine Collins received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art. She is an Associate Professor at Lesley Art + Design and has been a guest lecturer/critic at Harvard University and Maine College of Art, among many others. She exhibits widely and her work is represented by Gallery Kayafas in Boston.
Additional Information: Five-day virtual classes generally meet Monday – Friday from 9-10:30AM (MST) for one to two hours of group class time via Zoom Video Conferencing software (download free from Zoom.com) and then have one-on-one sessions in the afternoons from Monday – Thursday 1-4PM.
An Anderson Ranch staff member co-teaches the class and coordinates the online platform. There can be a group critique Friday afternoon to wrap up the class. Further details will be emailed to registrants.