WORKSHOPS & CRITIQUES
JUNE MEMBERS' CRITIQUE
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
6 - 8 PM
All current members of SF Camerawork are invited to participate in our monthly members' critique. This is a great opportunity to get direct feedback on your work and photographic practice by SF Camerawork's staff and wider photographic community. If you are interested in participating in the June critique, please email email@example.com with the subject line "June Members' Critique." Spots fill up quickly so don't wait to sign up!
Become a member or renew your membership here.
CRITIQUE WORKSHOP SERIES WITH J. JOHN PRIOLA
This 6 session series with J. John Priola is a critique-based workshop with instructor-led group discussions. It is intended to provide an extension of the SF Camerawork monthly critique program and is aimed at photographers who want more in-depth discussion and development of their work. This class is perfect for any photographer interested in pushing their photography to a higher level through focused, constructive critique, and guidance. Classes meet every other week on Wednesdays. The focus will be on:
- Assessing the way your work currently communicates
- Discovering and identifying your personal voice
- Establishing artistic goals
- A better understanding of your work and potential
- Exploring contemporary art issues and practices.
5 - 10 students
All classes meet from 6 - 9 pm in the SF Camerawork Conference Room
Wednesday, May 23
Wednesday, June 6
Wednesday, June 20
Wednesday, July 11
Wednesday, July 25
$225 for all 6 classes
This critique workshop series is sold out! If you would like to be placed on the waitlist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT J. JOHN PRIOLA
J. John Priola is a contemporary visual artist using photography and video. Priola has exhibited nationally and internationally. Currently, he is represented by Anglim Gilbert Gallery where he has had many solo and group exhibitions. His work is part of the permanent collections of major museums including San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum New York. He is Senior Lecturer at the San Francisco Art Institute and has taught at ICP, Bard, SF State, and CCA