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Continuing Education

Enduring Images

January 27 - April 7, 2014  Check for other dates
Mon 6:30 - 9:30 pm
The School of ICP Classroom Color
Janelle Lynch
$690  Fee Breakdown

Please note: this course has Prerequisites


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Course Description

The most enduring images are not just about the subject, but also the ideas they explore. This course focuses on cultivating students' use of photography as a suggestive tool, rather than an illustrative one. We begin with exercises that enable students to identify subjects meaningful to them. Weekly critiques support the evolution of their projects. Through class discussions and presentations of historical and contemporary photography, students gain an understanding of the representational possibilities of the medium, including the use of metaphor, light, and technical and formal strategies. new
prerequisite: Photo II or portfolio review

Class Preparation

For the first day of class you will need to bring up to ten of your own images that you believe are "enduring". You should also be prepared to discuss your creative influences, personal history influences, general interests, and themes you want to explore through photography, as well as what camera(s) you use, why photography is your medium of choice, and why you chose this course.

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