Youth Photo Camp: The Creativity Sessions

Youth Photo Camp: The Creativity Sessions

Shin Noguchi


Past Event
$450 -- Full and Partial Student Scholarships Available

Location Info:

The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 N. College Ave.
Fort Collins, Co  80524
Youth Photo Camp: The Creativity Sessions | July 12th – August 11th? Two Classes per week for 4 Weeks Full and Partial Student Scholarships available. Scholarships are funded in part by Great Western Bank. Please visit out homepage for Scholarship info & Application: C4FAP.ORG THE CREATIVITY SESSIONS? Wednesdays + Fridays, 11:00am -3:00?pm The Creativity Sessions are designed for photography students who have already learned the basics of camera operation through our Basics class or in school. The primary objective of the Creativity Class is to allow students to experiment with different types of photography. It is intended help students grasp the multitude of ways in which we can use a camera to create art. Students will explore different photographic styles, subjects, and techniques, e.g. surrealist photography, portrait lighting techniques, cyanotype, etc. Also, within the course, there are a number of workshops and talks hosted by a variety of professional photographers. The Creativity Sessions are perfect for photography students who are working towards a college portfolio or who are simply ready to take their art to the next level. COURSE INSTRUCTOR | Megan Salazar Megan Salazar is a northern Coloradoan artist. She has been teaching photography at a high school level for six years. Her students’ work has been recognized in statewide and national competitions. She established the high school arts program at Liberty Common High School in 2010. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Penn State and received her masters at Rhode Island School of Design. [Organizer's description]


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