Learn to see the world through a different lens and how to tell a visual story
Boys Jul 2-Jul 23, 2019
Girls Jul 29-Aug 19, 2019
Workshop Fee: $2999
Max Class Size: 35
From beginner to master, our photography workshop is here for students of all levels.
Participants will learn how to use the latest in technology from cameras to digital editing tools.
Young Artists will learn how to use their camera to produce a meaningful images. Personal photographs from all genres of photography; landscapes, portraitures, still life’s to documentary and abstraction enhance the stories we create. An emotional connection is made through your personal vision, imagery and artistry – creating a telling of who you are and what you see in the world.
This workshop will examine personal narratives through demonstrations, creative exercises, group discussions, and photographic assignments. Each student will learn the skills necessary to develop a cohesive body of work that explores the narrative they create.
Our small class sizes allow for you to work hands-on in an intimate setting where you get to know your instructor and others who are passionate about photography. Students should come equipped with a digital camera. If needed, we will provide a DSLR camera for their use.
About our program
About our programs: Young Artists’ days are comprised of both classroom and field/location work: lectures and critiques, demonstrations, shooting, editing, writing, computer workflow and studio work, depending on the workshop. All instructors are talented industry professionals as well as experienced educators, and each works with a teaching assistant, providing additional support for their class. The students are busy all day and into the mid-evening hours, attending presentations from visiting master faculty. All Young Artists reside on our campus.
All meals under strict kosher supervision and are taken together. Parents can indicate any special dietary needs upon registration. Counselors supervise the students 24 hours a day, and help make group decisions about activities like swimming, and hiking. Laundry facilities are available on campus.
Time is allotted for daily prayers. Shabbat and holidays are observed.
We recommend students have access to $150 over the two-week period for incidentals, snacks, movies, field trips etc.
Tuition Note: includes room and board
Students may request a transcript be sent to their high school for possible credit.