Photo Lab for Kids
Wednesdays 3:30-5 September 5-October 24
Instructor: Antonia Small
For beginners and those continuing, children ages 6-11 experiment with disposable to digital photography and experience darkroom basics in our on-site darkroom. The emphasis is on fun and creativity in this introduction to photo art. The making of a pinhole camera or cyanotype may also be part of this 8 week program. Theank you to a private donor for the "Kids Darksroom" equipment and materials, this will be the first class to enjoy their very own darkroom.
Cost $80, materials fee $10.
Students are encouraged to come with one disposable camera (B&W or color), and a sense of humor. Should you have a favorite costume or object that you would like to photograph, please bring those too.
Come join this fun new offering on Tuesdays from Jan 9-March 6
3:30-5. This group will use many different spaces at Lincoln Street depending on each week's project. To register call 594-6490 Mon-Fri 9-1, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the instructor: Antonia is a graduate of both the SALT Center for Documentary Studies (B&W photo), in Portland, and the Professional Certificate photography program at the Maine Photographic Workshops in Rockport. Her background is eclectic. With experience as a dancer and mime, tall ship sailor, photo assistant, teacher of dance, photo, French language and cultural studies, Antonia is an eager student as well as teacher. Antonia, also known as ‘Toni,’ creates her own photographic works primarily with a pinhole camera, disguised in many different costumes she makes self-portraits about a time long ago and far away.