“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can."
This quote from Arthur Ashe could easily be the motto for this year PI Photography class. We started off meeting a few times in person and then then the pandemic threw us a curve ball and we did not let it stop us, we picked up and used the resources and information we had and kept the creativity flowing. We were able to keep the learning remotely and the participants never seemed to disappoint with their images becoming stronger and more creative as we have progressed from week to week. This group of creative individuals flourished with their art and I was proud to see what they were submitting and how they were developing each week. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for these students. - Stacy Roerig, Lead Teaching Artist
Project: Identity Photography is a free digital photography intensive for 14-18 year old teens.
This unique 12-week program provides an opportunity to learn the basics of photography, composition, camera use, as well as editing tools in Adobe Photoshop. Participants explore photography as a conduit for personal expression and storytelling. The group collaborates on a theme for the program and engage in workshops, visits with guest photographers, on and off-site shoots and excursions.