Planetary Gardening: Kids Digital Photography Workshop | Saturday 4 March 2017 (spots available)
(Image: Joe Hamilton, Indirect Flights, 2015, Website)
Planetary Gardening: Kids Digital Photography Workshop
In this one-day workshop kids will learn to explore their environment and get creative with digital photography, creating unique images inspired by the Planetary Gardening exhibition that will be on show in the PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery. Students will be given a tour of the exhibition by the curators and introduced to the ideas and themes behind the show, learning about the artists and techniques used to create the photographic images. Guided by an experienced tutor, the students will also receive a technical photography tutorial and embark on a field trip to capture images. The group will then return to PhotoAccess to present and discuss their environmental photographs. Kids will leave this workshop with creative photographic skills and a deeper understanding of artistic photography and how to go about producing images in response to a theme.
Lunch, a hat, sunscreen and USB stick. Students' own cameras welcome but not essential. Afternoon tea snacks provided - please advise of any allergies or other concerns.
Saturday 4 March 2017, 10am-4pm
Maximum number of students: 10
Who is this workshop for? Suitable for 12 to 16 year olds of all experience levels. This workshop is an obvious follow-on from our Kids Digital Photography School three-day workshop.
(2015 Kids Autumn Digital Photography School workshop. Image courtesy Andrew Morgan)