In this two-day workshop on May 5th and May 12th, Michael Chambers will encourage participants to look at something again for the first time. Participants will actively take part in image interpretation, gain a firmer grasp of what a photographer may be communicating through their imagery, and practice establishing contrast in an image. The workshop will include a visit to the …Everything Remains Raw exhibition to view and analyze the photographers’ artworks.
Internationally acclaimed photographer Michael Chambers is the recipient of the 2010 Harry Jerome Award, 2007 WORD Magazine’s Arts Award, and the 2000 Mosaic Media Image Award for his contributions in art and photography. He has been a guest lecturer at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario College of Art and Design, Ontario Science Centre, Chatham Cultural Museum, and the Toronto Board of Education.
Please bring a DSLR camera or hybrid, the camera’s manual (if possible), anything that may assist with lighting, and a few photographs that you like and one that you dislike. Class includes a 30-minute lunch break.