In this workshop, we will work with both analog (non-digital such as pinhole cameras) and digital photographic processes and materials. We will experiment with making our own cameras, hand-applied light sensitive emulsions, as well as digital printing in the Julia’s Gallery digital darkroom.
Instructor Deanna Witman is an artist-educator with more than ten years of teaching in the arts who enjoys integrating various art media and the natural world into the classes she leads. She has an M.F.A. in Photography from Maine Media College.
Location: Gamble Education Center, upstairs classroom
Cost: $140 members, $175 nonmembers (Scholarships are available. Please call 207-596-0949 to inquire.)
Materials: digital cameras and computers will be available for student use
Class size: limited to 6 students