Tue, Aug 11|
Photography Workshop - 8/11
Learn the basic fundamentals of photography with an emphasis on developing one's own personal artistic voice. Technique, intro to film developing, subject matter and composition, theory, observation and critical thinking will be some of the things that will be explored.
Time & Location
Aug 11, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT
About the Event
Learn the basic fundamentals of photography with an emphasis on developing one's own personal artistic voice. Technique, intro to film developing, subject matter and composition, theory, observation and critical thinking will be some of the things that will be explored. We will explore a deeper side of photography learning how to bring our multidimensional experiences into a two dimensional photograph. Classes taught by Photographer Brandy Eve Allen.
Brandy Eve Allen is a certified Social Emotional Arts facilitator and experienced photographer of 20+ years. She has photographed posters for films such as THE DREAMERS but has preferred to stay out of the commercial world focusing on a career in fine arts. Allen’s work has been exhibited worldwide, most notably in the 2015 Venice Biennale and recently as part of a collection of female photographers being featured in a published book curated by Elisabeth Biondi. Allen continues to photograph herself and those close to her in fantastical and intimate settings from her home in Los Angeles. Find out more: www.brandyeveallen.com
Any type of camera or phone with a camera, a disposable camera, a SLR Digital Camera or Film Camera are all acceptable for this workshop. You will need paper and pen or a digital device for taking notes, These courses are great for kids, teens and adults-all ages welcome. You can sign up for classes as you please and do not need to attend them consecutively.
Workshops will be presented via Google Meet. Registration is required. Once you register, you will be sent a Google Meeting link prior to the workshop date and time.
Our Summer Workshop series was made possible in part by a generous donation from Frogtown residents Bob Berg & Janet Workman. We would like to thank them for their continued support of The Elysian Valley Arts Collective.