Sundays & Tuesdays, September 21 thru November 23
Sundays, 12:00-4:00 PM
Tuesdays, 6:00-8:00 PM
This unique 10-week program provides an opportunity to learn the basics of photography, composition, camera use, as well as editing tools in Adobe Photoshop. A culminating photobook and exhibition of artwork in the Event Gallery will be created and shared with the community.
Participants explore photography as medium for personal expression and storytelling, engage in workshops, visit with guest photographers, and participate in on and off-site shoots and excursions.
Complete the application below or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Stacy Roerig has a bachelors degree from Marywood College and a master’s degree from Wilkes University. She currently teaches art, photography, yearbook, computer graphics, and beginning game design classes at Honesdale High School. Stacy has a passion for the arts with a focus in photography. She enjoys sharing her passion with her students and watching them grow creatively.
Sharone Reef is an Israeli-born artist who came to the USA over 30 years ago after serving in the Israeli Defense Forces. A mother of two young adults, Sharone spends most of her free time creating as an illustrator, writer, painter and photographer. In addition to being a Bethel Woods Teaching Artist, Sharone teaches at a local elementary school.
Funding for Project Identity Photography has been provided in part by the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation and by Bethel Woods Center for the Arts members and donors. View a copy of our annual report or visit our website at bethelwoodscenter.org for more about our supporters.