Time Capsule 2020 (Teen Workshop) - Fall 2020
|DATE / TIME||October 6 - November 3, 2020 | Tuesdays 6-8pm|
|TUITION||$300 | Payment & Refund Policy|
|FORMAT||Hybrid: Online plus one in-person photowalk; online sessions hosted live utilizing the Zoom platform along with Google Drive for sharing files.|
|LEVEL||Foundation / Intermediate; for teens ages 13-18|
|PREREQS||None; students need a digital camera|
How will you remember 2020? Quarantine, social distancing, and remote learning have upended our daily lives. Demands for social justice and systemic change during an election year have consumed the national conversation. Join respected photographer Annabel Clark for this five session workshop as you create your own photographic time capsule to show your future self and generations what it was like to be alive in 2020.
During weekly Zoom sessions, we will look at personal projects by photographers who have worked during extraordinary times in history, including recent work made in response to the Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter. You will photograph your own “new normal” with shooting assignments that focus on the changes you see in your home life, neighborhood and community. We will meet for an in-person photowalk downtown to explore the changes that have affected the broader community of Seattle and the world. We will discuss and critique each other’s photographs, building a cohesive series of images that tells your story of a year we will never forget. All participants will receive a printed portfolio of their final selected photographs.
This will be hosted as a hybrid course including live, interactive online sessions and one in-person photowalk. Online sessions will utilize the Zoom platform along with Google Drive for sharing files. Details regarding access will be provided to enrolled students prior to the first class.
Image © Matthew Smith