Teen Photography Class @ Ogden!
Join us for two half-days: Thur & Fri from 9am-noon, March 7th, 8th, 2019
Ages: 12+ (firm)
Cost: $50 per student
Need 11 minimum, 18 maximum
Over the course of two days, students will learn and practice an array of photographic elements from composition to portraiture. Each workshop day will include a short subject lecture, camera instruction, hands on shooting, and creative feedback/constructive critique. This particular workshop series will focus on the magic light in the photographic process, and over the course of two days students will answer the question "how can we harness the power and beauty of light to create unique and stunning images." Each student will leave with 2 prints. No camera necessary, but encouraged.
Teaching Artist Aubrey Edwards is a photographer, storyteller, observational filmmaker and educator based in New Orleans, Louisiana. She holds a Master of Science in Urban Studies from the University of New Orleans with a focus on Visual Anthropology, a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Texas and an Associate of Applied Science of Photography from Austin Community College. Her present client list includes the United Nations, Magnolia Pictures, Vice, BBC, Comedy Central and Time. Her collaborators span from Spike Lee to the Smithsonian Institute. Edwards is youth advocate and a trauma-informed arts educator, she has worked with young people in a variety of capacities for over 20 years. She works alongside young people to execute short and long term arts-based projects around issues of social justice, public space, environmental stewardship and personal storytelling.
Note there is a $2-$3 fee added, depending on final amount, to account for 2.9% + .30 fee charged to HSH for payment collection.
***nonrefundable unless class is cancelled