Since 1996, Gladding McBean has played host to one of the country's most popular workshops. Designed for the non-beginner photographer, the Gladding McBean Photography Workshop provides--more than anywhere else--access to one of the most visually interesting and historically rich buildings in the entire West. From its massive beehive kilns, in which huge sewer pipes are fired, to the small clay figures in the old modeling studio, the pottery provides a never-ending supply of compelling subjects and extraordinary light. Since before the turn of the 20th century, when photography was used as an integral partner in the process of manufacturing architectural terra cotta, informative and magical images have flowed from these buildings.
Traditional film and digital formats are both welcome. How can you become a part of this remarkable tradition of camerawork in the Gladding McBean pottery? By joining us in this workshop!
A one-day or two-day workshop: Saturday, January 15th and/or Sunday, January 16th.
An optional orientation will be conducted Friday, January 14th at 6:30pm in the Viewpoint Gallery (2015 J Street, Sacramento).
Your Host: Gene Kennedy
Gene Kennedy is well known as a documentary photographer of the changing western landscape. He also has 11 years experience with page layout and design, most notably as managing editor of View Camera and Camera Arts magazines. His photographs are contained in the collections of the California State Library, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, among others.
You can learn more about Gene, and see additional photographs, at his Web site: GeneKennedy.com
|Both Days||$ 295.00|
|Saturday only||$ 160.00|
|Sunday only||$ 160.00|