The Big Picture:Two Days of Workshops

I am so excited to not only attend the upcoming Still Life Exhibition at the South x Southeast PhotoGallery in Molena, Georgia, but also to teach a two day workshop. Please join me!

©Aline Smithson, Mae Turned

Part I, January 19th, 9-4
South x Southeast PhotoGallery
Molena, Georgia
For this two part workshop, Aline will spend the 1st day with a group limited to 15 participants, focusing on the most important elements that surround your photography: the art of writing bios, project statements, general artist statements, and résumés. We will also work on elevator speeches, honing the ability to speak about your work in a limited amount of time.
Includes lunch at the gallery.

$275
(Special Rate for those photographers exhibiting in Still Lifes – only through Sunday, 11/5)

Click Here to Register.

Part II, January 20th

9-4pm
South x Southeast PhotoGallery
Molena, Georgia
Day two is open to a larger group where Aline will inspire photographers to create new projects based on ideas, personal experiences, and the world around you. Participants will garner a deeper understanding of the opportunities available in the Fine Art Market and will include a thorough investigation of how to prepare for portfolio reviews. Photographers are encouraged to bring a small portfolio of 10 prints if time allows for a review of work.

Includes lunch at the gallery.

$175

(Special rate for those photographers exhibiting in Still Lifes – through Sunday 11/5 only)

The Artist’s Reception for Still Lifes begins at 5pm

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These workshops are taught from the perspective of a working photographer. Participants will learn from Aline’s unusual perspective of sitting on both sides of the reviewing table and writing about photography on Lenscratch, every day for the last 10 years.

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