(Greatest Photographers Series)
In this course students examine the history and theory of photography from a social, artistic, and technical perspective. It includes a series of workshops exploring the work and methods of the world’s greatest photographers.
Studies are designed to help students enhance their visual practice by learning the key movements, key technological advancements, and key photographers in the medium’s 180-year evolution. Names you might recognize, such as Ansel Adams and Robert Capa among others.
Theory and history becomes a point of departure as students participate by creating visual and written works that critique or emulate the photographers discussed in lectures, and participate in group critiques of their classmates’ visual works.
- Examining the History & Impact of Photography
- Exploring Great Photographer Works & Methods
- Amazing Documentaries about Iconic Photographers
- Group Exercises to Emulate Famous Visual Works
- Group Critiques on each others’ Photos & Slides
- Showcasing your Photos on a Theatrical Screen
- And More
***Daytime workshop w/ start date subject to minimum registrations***