DO I NEED TO HAVE A WELL-DEVELOPED PERSONAL PROJECT TO ATTEND THE LONG-FORM PROJECT DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP?
The long-form project development workshop is a foundational course that welcomes students from all stages of their practice and projects. Those wanting to pursue long-term projects and/or those interested in delving deeper into personal creative work are best suited for this workshop. Students are expected to have an initial project idea or work from a long-form project currently in progress. From whatever stage you are at, we will work together to develop and support your project in meaningful ways.
WHAT KIND OF EQUIPMENT DO I NEED TO ATTEND A WORKSHOP?
Our workshops oftentimes have photography assignments, therefore we ask students to come prepared with a camera, a computer with WiFi connection, and a way to digitally transfer their images. If you need accomodations or have questions about equipment please do not hestiate to contact us at email@example.com.
WHAT KIND OF WORK IS BEST WHEN SUBMITTING A PORTFOLIO FOR THE WORKSHOP APPLICATION?
We are most interested in seeing personal, long-form work. If you have not worked on long-form and/or personal projects, try to put together a series of 6-12 images that can be sequenced together - portraits, street photography, etc.
ARE MULTIMEDIA PROJECTS WELCOME?
WHAT KIND OF TIME COMMITMENT DO THE WORKSHOPS REQUIRE?
The workshop sessions are community-centered and intensive. We recommend if possible taking a pause from work or other commitments, especially during our core long-form projet development workshop. While we will have breaks, there will also be photography and editorial assignments outside of the “classroom”. It is an action-packed, immersive full few days together, and the more time and focus you are able to put into the work and discussions, the better.
ARE YOU SILLY?
Yes, why yes we are quite silly.
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