Adult & Teen Art Workshops
Reading Pictures: A Critical Look At Photographs
$25 Teens | $35 Adults | No Materials Fee
Join award-winning photographer Katie Harwood for a unique workshop in reading pictures. True criticism comes from ingesting an image so much it becomes part of you - so much so that when you talk about it, you talk about yourself. In a way, you understand a piece of yourself through an image. This workshop will provide participants with the tools to more critically look at and understand photographs through a series of innovative exercises, discussions, and a gallery walk. You will discuss a variety of work from old masters to new contemporary visionaries. And you will get to put your new skills to work in a gallery walk of exhibitions on display for Month of Photography at the Dairy Arts Center! From beginner to advanced, this engaging workshop is perfect for anyone interested in deepening their understanding and love of photography and art.
Katie Harwood is a photography based conceptual artist. She recieved her BA with Honors from Columbia College Chicago and her MFA from San Francisco Art Institute. She received an Innovations in Imaging from the Society for Photographic Education. Katie's work has been shown in Denver, Boulder, San Francisco, Portland, Las Vegas, and Chicago and exists in several private and museum collections. Katie is also the Founder & Navigator at Big Bad Bettie Press. Katie has taught at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, San Francisco Art Institute, and Dairy Arts Center. Learn more about Katie at www.katieharwood.com.
What to bring:
1. A notebook or journal. (Blank sheets of paper can be provided.)
2. Pen or pencil.
Please note: Workshops MUST have a minimum of 5 people registered AT LEAST one week in advance in order to be held. In the event of insufficient pre-registration, the workshop will be cancelled and your registration will be refunded in full.
For more information or if you are interested in teaching, please contact India Lovato, Visual Arts Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org, (303) 440-7826 ext.108