(For adults and high school students)
Saturday, April 8, 9:00am-5:00pm
Location: Catamount Outback Artspace
Instructor: Steven Edson
This one day workshop will explore our preconceptions about the everyday aspect of looking at the commonplace. Participants will learn to breakdown our habitual ways of seeing to reveal the unique qualities of our environment in order to make engaging and iconic photographs. The day will include time for shooting in downtown St. Johnsbury as well as discussion and critique of our work in the field. Please bring a bag lunch, and a digital camera or cellphone with a good quality camera. If you have a laptop or tablet with imaging software (e.g., Photoshop, Light Room), please bring that. We will have computers available here.
Class fee: $80 ($75 for Catamount Art' members)
High school students, after purchasing your spot, please fill out the enrollment form here.
Boston-based photographer Steve Edson graduated with a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art & Design, majoring in Studio for Interrelated Media. He exhibits widely and was most recently featured in Art Now: New Directions in Contemporary Photography at the Ann Arbor Art Center. Formerly a photography lecturer at the Boston Architectural Center and a commercial photographer who integrated video and animation into work for clients, Edson now concentrates his energies full-time on fine art photography. He currently has work on display in Catamount Arts’ ArtsConnect@CatamountArts juried group show, and will have a solo exhibition in Catamount’s Rankin Gallery March 18-April 29.