Instructor: Martin R. Anderson
Monday - Friday
9am - 12pm
A fun photography class for all ages! Cameras will be created from everyday objects like tin cans and then loaded with photographic paper on which you will record images. This process will come to be like using basic darkroom techniques. It is a simple, hands-on way to understand photography that can produce surprisingly dynamic and beautiful images. No previous photographic experience is necessary (although experienced photographers may relish the opportunity to explore and play outside the boundaries). Experimentation will be nurtured and encouraged! This is an ideal class for parents and kids to take together.
Martin R. Anderson has worked extensively with alternative photography over the past seven years, with over 40 pinhole cameras of his own making. In July of 2005, Martin received a fellowship for a three-week Artist-in-Residency at C-Scape dune shack in Provincetown where he created a portfolio of pinhole landscapes and self-portraits.