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October 2021

The Art of iPhone Photography Level 2 with Karen Klinedinst – ONLINE 4 sessions

October 21 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
bridge above

Building on the level I workshop, learn the iPhone native camera app’s more advanced image capture capabilities including shooting RAW or Apple RAW files. Through demos and weekly class assignments, you’ll be introduced to more advanced photo editing techniques with Lightroom Mobile and Snapseed; and experiment with several creative post-processing apps. We’ll also discuss best practices for printing your iPhone images. This course is ideal for the photographer interested in expanding their knowledge of iPhone photography. Students should have an Read More »

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Writing for Photography ONLINE Workshop with Elin Spring & Suzanne Révy (2 Sessions)

October 23 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Woman looking at art and writing

The Griffin is thrilled to have Elin Spring & Suzanne Révy back ONLINE to teach their popular writing workshop this fall. Saturday, October 23rd, 2021  11:00am – 1:00pm Saturday, October 30th, 2021  11:00am – 2:00 pm Why write about photography?  Just as an image frames a visual viewpoint, analytic writing offers context and perspective, influencing how we see.  Learn to view and write about photography more critically in this online workshop with “What Will You Remember” editors Elin Spring and Read More »

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History of Women Photographers from 1880 -1920 – 6 sessions, Mondays from 1 – 2:30 pm EST -ONLINE

October 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
History of Women Photographers

Join us for a conversation with Carole Glauber on the History of Women Photographers, 1880-1920. You will be introduced to many of the amazing early female American photographers and will discuss the role of women photographers during this period within the context of the social, cultural, and technological times. Six 1.5 hour ONLINE sessions Mondays from 1 - 2:30 pm EST  October 25th - Nov 29th 2021 Cost: Members: $250 Non-Members: $300   Course Syllabus: Week1   Why study only women? Read More »

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Continuing Your Photographic Practice: A Course Geared to Advanced Beginners – Monthly via Zoom with Linda Haas

October 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
man in doorway of colorful buildings by Linda Haas

This course will meet monthly to support photographers who have completed a beginning photography class and are looking for guidance and direction in their continued growth as photographers. Students should have an understanding of how to use the major controls on their cameras. Every month we will critique and discuss photos shown by each student. The instructor will introduce a new topic-sometimes technical and sometimes sharing the work of other photographers. She will also offer ideas for the next month’s Read More »

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Visual Literacy through Photography with Cynthia Katz – ONLINE

October 30 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Image by Walker Evans

Looking to learn and hone your visual literacy skills and your understanding of photography and 2-D design? Join in this interactive conversation and journey through some photographic history with longtime photo educator, Cynthia Katz. We’ll look at slides as you are guided through the language acquisition  of photographic seeing. This workshop is geared toward anyone interested in seeing, reading and decoding photography. Saturday, October 30th 2021  11 am - 1 pm EST ONLINE at the Griffin Zoom Room Members: $65  Read More »

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November 2021

Weekend Workshop: Lumens with Marcy Palmer (Nov 13 and 14 – ONLINE)

November 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
example of artwork made using lumen process

For this workshop we will explore the historical alternative process, lumen photographic printing. Lumen prints are often made as lens-less photographs and are relatively easy to make. This workshop will review historical references to this process, as well as contemporary artists working in this medium with innovative approaches, and we will make our own lumen prints. A photo darkroom is not necessary for experimentation and exploration of this light- based photo process. Join the fun and make some prints!   Read More »

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In-Sight or Out of the Picture: Photography for Ethical and Sustainable Change with Mindy Nierenberg Zoom

November 30 @ 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm
OFF THE GRID woman with broken mirror

Eddie Adams wrote in Times Magazine: “Still photographs are the most powerful weapon in the world.” Writer Eleanor Scott referenced that quote by saying, “And photographers need to be careful with how they wield that power.” Photographs have immense power to inspire change, but they also have the potential to do harm. Whether they stimulate societal/policy transformations or individual actions, we will consider the photographer’s responsibilities to the public, viewers, and subjects portrayed.   This course will include an introduction to Read More »

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