Teen Programs

This week-long photo workshop for middle school students (ages 11 to 14) will focus on shooting at local locations along with learning to edit in the Gamble Center’s digital darkroom. Locations might include local farms, lighthouses, and local beaches. Topics covered will include camera shooting modes, editing software, and printing. We will experiment with various output techniques and print extensively.  The class is open to 6 participants. Digital cameras and computers will be available for student use.
 
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.
 
In this week-long workshop for middle school students (ages 11-14), 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, plastic film cameras, instant film as well as digital printing in the Gamble Center’s digital darkroom. The class is open to 6 participants. Digital cameras and computers will be available for student use.
 
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.
 
This week-long workshop for high school students will experiment with different photo-based projects. We will explore printing digitally on Japanese papers, various transfer techniques, and experimenting with instant films. Included: printing, printing, printing... and a little bit of sun!
 
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.
 
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.
 
This week-long photo camp for middle school students will focus on shooting at local locations along with learning to edit in the Julia’s Gallery digital darkroom. Topics covered will include camera shooting modes, editing software, and printing. We will experiment with various output techniques and print! print! print! 
 
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
This week-long photo camp for middle school students will focus on shooting at local locations along with learning to edit in the Julia’s Gallery digital darkroom. Topics covered will include camera shooting modes, editing software, and printing. We will experiment with various output techniques and print! print! print! 
 
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
High school students are invited this February vacation week to create art that re-interprets and incorporates maps. This teen workshop combines exercises in mapping, writing, and visual art to guide participants in creating beautiful altered maps as a personal expression. Techniques used to alter and/or create maps will include gouache, watercolor and acrylic paints, and an array of mixed media collage. 
 
Instructor Alexis Iammarino holds a M.A. in Community Arts from the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore and creates experiential workshops that are material and inquiry-based. She has taught, performed, produced, and exhibited works throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, with Dance Exchange in Washington, D.C. and at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco, CA.
In this weeklong intensive during school vacation week, participants will work with found images and objects in combination with digital pictures we make during the week to create entirely new images. The newly created images will involve both the handmade and photo-imagery created via editing software. Digital cameras and iMacs will be used in the photo lab at the Gamble Education Center Taught by mentor artist Deanna Witman.
 
Location: Gamble Education Center
Class size: open to 6 participants
Cost: $60 members, $75 nonmembers (includes materials)
 
Please note: This program has been cancelled.
Get ready for a week of fun and photos in the Julia’s Gallery digital darkroom. This week is for high school students who want to get a little more creative with their digital skills. Explore different methods of printing and take a few field trips to get out in the sun!
 
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
Materials: digital cameras and computers will be available for student use
Class size: limited to 6 students