After you’ve made the image, what happens once the image is in your computer is one of the most important steps in your work. Adobe Lightroom will help you get the most out of your images and create an organized workflow. The first class will start with planning your workflow including a discussion of best procedures, guidelines for folder structure, creating a back up system, and the initial set up of preferences and settings for your Lightroom catalog. In the Read More »Find out more »
“It is the job of artists to open doors and invite in prophesies, the unknown, the unfamiliar; it’s where their work comes from, although its arrival signals the beginning of the long disciplined process of making it their own”—Rebecca Solnit This class is designed for advanced photographers who have taken the Atelier at the Griffin multiple times (or its equivalent). Meeting approximately every other week, this critique-based class is for students who want to deepen their practice and are working on Read More »Find out more »
The Atelier class is held on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Eastern (online) or Thursday mornings from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Eastern (at the Griffin Museum if allowed, or online if Covid-19 restrictions still apply) for 12 classes each. See dates below. Photography Atelier is a portfolio and project building course for emerging to advanced photographers taught by Meg Birnbaum and her Teaching Assistant. Participants engage in supportive critical discussions of each other’s work and leave with Read More »Find out more »
The Photoville FENCE is coming to Winchester from June 20, 2020 until September 27, 2020. Coming to see the Fence? Print out the map and artist locations before you come. This 8th edition of The Photoville FENCE in Winchester is unlike any past exhibition of this year-round public photography project, including the exhibitions we and others have presented on the fences of SoWA and around Boston over the years. This exhibition will take the form of Photo-Xs with a 10-foot diameter, Read More »Find out more »
This mentoring and critique program is for photographers deeply engaged in their work and looking for a place to discuss their images and ideas in depth and define their goals and how to reach them. Participants will get to know each other and their colleagues’ work, critique new work at each meeting, and help each other make the most of their strengths in photography. The group will be led by Vaughn Sills, who has taught photographers at all levels to Read More »Find out more »
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