Tickets go on sale February 10 at 10 am. Special Instructions:
This class meets on Thursdays, March 24 and March 31.
We’re excited to welcome visitors back to a new Museum experience starting this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, October 8 and 9. Learn more about the free opening weekend celebration and see a full schedule of events celebrating the People’s Collection, reimagined. On Saturday, we anticipate parking to be at capacity throughout the day and encourage carpooling and/or alternative modes of transportation.
It’s easy to get caught up in the noise these days and let the beauty of everyday life pass by. Professional photographer Mick Schulte wants to help you “push pause” and seek the present moment by capturing beauty in the seemingly mundane and sometimes chaotic world around you.
In Part I of this workshop, on Thursday, March 24, Schulte guides you through some foundational photographic skills while you seek out moments of your life to freeze and reflect on with your camera. After the first session, you’ll have a week to explore with your lens and create a small portfolio to share in the second part of the workshop.
In Part 2, on Thursday, March 31, at 7 pm, participants share their images during an informal portfolio review to learn more tips and gain inspiration from each other. Any skill level is encouraged to join. The workshop is more about inspiring each other to create art and see the world from new perspectives than focusing on technical abilities.
For ages 16 and up. All types of cameras are welcome, including smartphones and nondigital cameras.
Image: Courtesy of Mick Schulte