All About Content: Deconstructing the Photographic Image

  Start Date March 8
  Time 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
  Instructor Jan Rattia

Class meets four Thursdays, March 8,15, 22, & 29 from 2:30 - 4:30pm

Do you struggle when talking about your work? Do you need a little help with terms in photography or critiquing in general? Well, this might be just what you've been looking for... All About Content: Deconstructing the Photographic Image is a look into the what and why of photographic image making. Through observation & analysis you will gain insight into the meaning of photographs by placing them into artistic & social context.

The class will be a combination of guided readings by well-known philosophers and artists on the photographic image, an exploration of historical and contemporary photography, group discussion and critiquing.

$155 HCP Members / $195 Regular price

What to bring to class:
Pen and paper
10-15 Images on a flash drive or hard drive

Suggested Classes to Continue Education:
Presenting Your Work: Creating a Body of Work
Presenting Your Work: Framing & Matting
Presenting Your Work: Getting Your Work Out There

Photo Credit: Salvador Dali A, Philippe Halsman, c1948, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.

Level Special Topics
Seats Available 2 / 10
Course Type Edit, Present
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