We will explore the grounds of the Leighton Art Centre to capture the magic of winter. Our goal is to make strong images that have emotion. The exploration will include compositional elements of light, subject, simplicity, breathing room as well as reviewing sample images, making images and reviewing those images. All levels of photographers wanting to engage in conversations and practicing the art of photography are welcome. Audience: Adults and Teens Required Supplies: Any camera and lens kit you are comfortable with, plus: - Lens cleaning cloth - Charged batteries - Outdoor clothing and footwear for the season. - Bagged lunch - Water bottle Registration cost: $95.00 plus GST & Eventbrite Fees* * or register by phone: 403-931-3633, Tues-Sat, 10 am – 4 pm to avoid Eventbrite fees Registration closes on February 28th, 2020 at 5PM . Artist/Instructor/Guide: I acquired my first camera as a university student and began a journey exploring photography. As an educator (Primary and High School) the camera became a way for my students to tell stories and share learning. As a school division Director and Learning Specialist I encouraged students and teachers to evaluate and share learning with storytelling, photographs, photo essays and digital stories. Now I teach photography, join a friend in co-creating and teaching the Japanese art form Haiga (Haiku and an Image) and make intimate images to inspire people to explore and “see” the world around them. Photographer/Storyteller David DuChemin speaks of “Chase the Magic” not the image. That is what I do every day when I pick up my camera. Did you know that Members of the Leighton Art Centre get 10% off the registration cost of all workshops and kids’ summer camps? Please visit www.leightoncentre.org/support/members. For our Cancellation and Refund Policy, please visit www.leightoncentre.org/programs-events/adult-programs.
The Town has started the process of re-opening facilities after the provincial government announced Stage 2 of the relaunch. The Municipal Centre is now open to the public with restrictions and safety protocols in place to maintain the health, safety & well-being of our patrons and staff. Learn more about the Town’s response to ... Read More