Alternative Photography: The World of Images (Summer 2013)
Summer Young Teens Ages 11-14
Black and white, or silver gelatin, printing is only one of the many processes artists use to create photographic images. There are many other methods used today, and some have been used for hundreds of years.
Students in this class will experiment with alternative techniques such as cyanotypes, pinhole cameras, transfers, and photograms. Some processes only require the right mix of chemicals and sunlight, while a pinhole camera has been made out of everything from a cardboard box to a dinner roll!
The class will focus on experimentation and the development of new types of photographic expression. / Students do not need experience with photography. / All materials used in this class are safe for young teens to handle under the instructor's supervision. / Most materials will be provided with materials fee of $35 in addition to class tuition. / A complete list of suggested materials list will be discussed during the first class meeting.
Students in this class must be at least 11 years of age, and no older than 14 years of age, the date of the first class meeting. View our complete policies here.