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Photography Summer Session 5

JULY 16–28, 2023
Robin Dreyer and Jeff Goodman
Photography in the 4th Dimension

From motion to memory, time has been a central medium and subject of photography. This workshop will explore a wide range of photographic techniques that employ time directly, including light painting, motion studies, flip books, pinhole cameras, view cameras, cinemagraphs, and stop-motion animation. We’ll use analog cameras, digital cameras, digital printers, and the darkroom, experimenting with making both still and moving images that play with—and celebrate—the most mysterious of dimensions. Students will go home with new images, new photographic skills, and maybe some new thoughts about the universe. All levels, beginners encouraged.

Jeff: award-winning instructor in the media studies program at Appalachian State University (NC); extensive experience leading workshops in photography, documentary video, and the relationship between art, science, and the creative process.

Robin: photographer, editor, communications manager at Penland; teaching: Penland; exhibitions: Asheville Art Museum (NC), North Carolina Museum of Art, Center for Alternative Photography (NYC); collection: Asheville Art Museum (NC), publications: American Craft, Our State, WNC, Garden & Gun, and numerous Penland publications.

Jeff and Robin’s workshop promo video (1 minute)

Jeff Goodman, Gulls, digital photograph
Jeff Goodman, Gulls, digital photograph
Robin Dreyer, Hay Bales (photographer shown for scale), gelatin silver print, 7 x 7 inches
Robin Dreyer, Hay Bales (photographer shown for scale), gelatin silver print, 7 x 7 inches