2024 Schedule

** POSTPONED UNTIL FALL** (Please Check Back)

Making Work in the Anthropocene: A Critique Community (Online) @ Maine Media Workshops

Begins 4/17; six meetings, every other week (4/17, 5/1, 5/15, 5/29, 6/12, 6/26); 11am -2pm EST

This time of the Anthropocene finds us living in a complicated world waiting for our investigation and unpacking. The climate predicament and all of its related issues –  including biodiversity, resource extraction, pollution, land use, (un)natural disasters, extreme conditions, resource availability and use, migration, and eco-distress – are part of the vast interconnected world.

Our work as artists can emerge from many motivations including awareness, understanding, activism, and/or seeking meaningful action.This workshop is for anyone who is initiating (or already in development of) an environmental-themed series or long-form project looking for a community to share work, strategies, and concerns. All visual methodologies are encouraged to participate; documentary, fine art, and experimental, or somewhere in between.

The Cameraless Darkroom @ Maine Media Workshops Rescheduled for 2025

Serendipity anddiscovery await those willing to work with process and materials for theunfolding magic of the silver darkroom. In this week we’ll investigate printingstrategies for combining old and new technologies, such as pinhole, lumens,chemigrams, photograms, and printing from your smartphone. This week isintended for anyone interested in working with unconventional methods in theblack & white silver darkroom to grow potential avenues of creativeexpression. Participants can expect to come away with strategies for makingunconventional works from traditional and non-conventional materials. 

Private Mentoring 

Project development, editing, sequencing offered via web meetings. Contact me and let me know how I can help.

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