Monday Jul 23 - Friday Jul 27
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM
The Art of Seeing: Documentation in Photography
Ages: 13 - 16
$215 HCP Members / $270 non-members
Class Size: 14 students
Monday to Friday (July 23 to July 27) 10:30am to 3:00pm
In this unique camp students choose a topic and create an editorial story from concept to finish. Learning from some of the great documentary photographers of the 20th century such as Robert Frank, Dorothea Lange, Mary Ellen Mark, Eugene Richards, students learn to tell a story using the powerful tool of photography.
Snacks will be provided.
What to Bring:
- Camera: Point-and-shoot or DSLR Recommended
About Kelly Webeck
is a young, aspiring photographer and educator who grew up in Indiana. She studied Visual Art Studies at the University of Texas at Austin and graduated with her Bachelors degree in 2009. Since finishing college she completed the longest annual charity bike ride for cancer research from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska (Texas4000.org). Her photographs have been displayed in galleries in California and Texas. Currently she lives and works in Houston. While working for HCP she has taught classes that are geared towards middle school aged students and teenagers. Her most inspiring and challenging work has been with Texas Children’s Hospital where once a week she shares the art of photography.
Registration for courses and workshops takes place through HCP's website on a first-come first-serve basis. HCP members receive discount on all of our education events. If this is your first time taking a course or workshop at HCP you will need to create a profile online; make sure to add the camp participant's name at the "student name" field. Registration will be complete upon receipt of the filled student form.
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