Conceptual Photography with Ann Elliott Cutting
What is the meaning behind your imagery? Can the viewer connect to your photograph in a conceptual way? Is it an emotional connection, or a clever idea, or does the viewer feel the "aha" experience when viewing your work? Do you share a narrative or tell a story with your work?
In this six-week conceptual photography course students will learn to develop their ideas and pre-think before shooting. Concepts will be discussed, critiqued and communicated with class members to brainstorm the best way to convey an idea. Students will be given weekly assignments to inspire clever visualization, as well as sketching thumbnails in order to learn about planning and pre-production. The goal of the class is provide students a new workflow that cultivates concept and planning creative work, laying the foundation to create a series of conceptual images.
Each class will include a lecture to inspire, formulation of concepts, and critique of the previous week’s work. Assignments will be due weekly. For the first class please bring a portfolio of some of your work or a website link and a pencil & notebook for sketching ideas. Open to all levels. No sketching experience necessary.
Dates: Tuesdays, July 2 - July 30, 7-10 pm, 1 mtg TBA (NOTE: These dates have changed from the print and online catalogs.)
(NOTE: These dates have changed from the print and online catalogs.) - See more at: http://www.ssreg.com/juliadean/classes/classes.asp?courseid=11523&catid=3286#sthash.BDZU56WQ.dpuf
Enrollment limit: 15 students
Skill/Experience level: Open to all levels
$401.00 (Early Bird Price)
7-10 pm, One mtg TBA,
July 2 - July 30
Ann Elliott Cutting
(NOTE: These dates have changed from the print and online catalogs.)