Teaching Styles and Types of Classes
We approach the teaching of image-making, photography, and filmmaking as ever-changing sets of technical, conceptual, technological, and aesthetic conditions, all existing within broad social and cultural contexts and a shifting media landscape. We invite students to articulate a personal creative vision through their work, to be engaged in collaborative learning, and to gain an understanding of global practices.
To paraphrase Edward Hopper, If I could say it in words there would be no reason to make images. Thank you for the opportunity to use my visual words.
This course is exactly what I’ve been looking for. I am able to implement new techniques and practices while thinking conceptually about my work.
Online classes take self-discipline and motivation. Wonderful teachers guided me all the way. I loved it!