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Duration - 6 weeks
Wednesdays, 6:30-8pm
Level - Beginner - Intermediate
Resident: $180
Non-Resident: $200
Ages 18+

This is a 6 week, beginning to intermediate digital photo class led by Austin based photographer, Leta Kathryn Harrison. Her journey with photography evolves every moment she decides to place a camera in her hands, and with her guidance, participants will create a series of images that represent a social issue which they wish to question, communicate, critique, or explore. Projects in progress will be shared weekly among participants.

Class time includes an overview of Black artists who are considered social documentary photographers, discussions of critical awareness of representation in documentary photography, as well as lighting and compositional approaches to improving photography skills and visual thinking strategies.

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This course requires students to purchase their own supplies.
-- Required supplies:
-- Students will need a camera or a digital device with camera capabilities
-- A memory card of at least 32g.
-- Internet access that connects to the device that you are using.
-- Once you are registered, please contact nicole.parker@austintexas.gov for any questions regarding supplies.
-- One student per registration, each household with more than one student will need to register each student to participate

George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center
1165 Angelina Street
Austin, TX 78702
United States

Nicole Parker