This workshop is being postponed. We will announce the new date later in the year.
Photography can be full of possibilities for a wide range in creating a personal vision. This course gives participants creative license and the technical knowhow to alter, cut, paste, paint, rip, glue, stain, bleach or polish their images. Artists are encouraged to manipulate their prints in limitless ways. The goal of this course is to inspire students by increasing their awareness of alternative ways of working in the realm of photography and exposing them to new perceptions in making art.
About Carla Shapiro
Carla Shapiro has been a visual artist working in photography for over 25 years. She has created bodies of work about women, aging, longing, 9/11, beauty and decay. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, and she has received many awards including the Fellowship Fund from The Center for Photography at Woodstock, The Golden Light Awards at Maine Photographic Workshops, New Jersey Council on the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, and The O’Conner Foundation. Carla holds a BFA from Syracuse University. She currently teaches graduate school at Pratt Institute and resides in upstate New York. To learn more about Carla please visitwww.carlashapiro.com.
August 13-14 | 9 am – 5 pm
Tuition: $380 / CPW members: $350 (includes $40 non-refundable registration fee)