20/20: Twenty Lessons in Photography
With: David Ulrich
Info: Mar 8-May 10, 2017 • Wed • 6:00-9:00pm • 10 mtgs • UHM Krauss 12 • Registration before 2/15/17 - $288; Registration after 2/15/17 - $320
Event ID: L14683
Join the instructor for this special anniversary class that commemorates his twenty-year teaching commitment at PNM. Deepen your involvement in photography with twenty dynamic, well-proven lessons and exercises to take your creative work to the next level.
Learn to make images with passion and purpose. Develop your personal perspective and vision into powerful, meaningful images using both conscious awareness and an intuitive understanding of visual elements. Class content is divided between slide shows, weekly assignments for creating new imagery, sessions on craft and the mechanics of editing and sequencing, and critique of participants` ongoing work.
With your permission, the instructor (kindly) pushes you, supports you, and challenges you to greater heights of expression and understanding. Class content is distilled from the instructor`s upcoming book to be published in 2018. Participants receive excerpts from the new book, Zen Camera: Six Lessons in Photography to Awaken Creativity and Sight in the Digital Age.
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of photography and a commitment to the creative growth and development of your image-making, or anyone who has taken previous PNM photography classes.
To insure your place in this workshop, please register by March 1. Under the new Outreach College guidelines, if the class doesn`t meet minimum enrollment a week in advance it will be canceled.
David Ulrich is a core instructor and former program coordinator for Pacific New Media. He is an active photographer and writer whose work has been published in numerous books and journals. Ulrich`s photographs have been exhibited internationally in over 75 exhibitions. He is the author of The Widening Stream: the Seven Stages of Creativity and the upcoming Zen Camera: Six Lessons in Photography to Awaken Creativity and Sight. www.creativeguide.com