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Deepen your personal studio practice while you explore best practices and practical strategies to incorporate photography in the art classroom.
Ansel Adams once said, “There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” In this class, participants will take on both of these roles. As the photographer, participants will plan and execute imagery of their own. As the viewer, participants will reflect upon the work of peers as well as other artists. Together, course members will embark upon a mutually powerful learning experience that can influence not only their own personal studio practice but instructional decisions in the art classroom as well.
Participants will learn the basics of photography through the creation of visual stories and explore best practices and meaningful strategies for approaching photography with students. The culmination of the course will include developing a comprehensive portfolio of studio work alongside practical tools for the classroom.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th edition. ISBN 978-1-4338-3216-1
A sample assignment from Week 5 of the class Studio: Photography.
"The course is really well designed and was able to touch on a lot of different topics. I appreciate that we worked on our skills as photographers, editing, art history, alternative processes, and how to apply it to our art room!"
Hundreds of art teachers have taken the course Studio: Photography. Here’s what they actually think — without cherry-picking.
(12-month rolling average from all post-course survey respondents – Updated 1/28/2021)
Course content was relevant and current.
Instructor was knowledgeable and provided value-added contributions.
I achieved the goals I set at the beginning of the course.
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