Abstract Photography & Light Graffiti Online Course
with Natalie Grono
As part of National Youth Week, young people will have the opportunity to explore abstract photography and light graffiti in a free, 4-Week online program with award winning local photographer Natalie Grono.
In a series of fun and inspired photographic explorations, students will learn to shift perceptions by looking at objects in a distinctive way transforming the world as we know it into an abstract web of forms, lines and colours. The workshop series will cover how to create dynamic photographic self-portraits, as well as exploring open aperture light graffiti, multiple exposures and cover basic camera and photographic skills.
Each week will include a 1-hour online session, downloadable PDF workbook and weekly photo-challenges.
Student artworks will be featured on social media through the #ap[art] campaign and exhibited in the Lennox Pop-Up Space at Lennox Community Centre.
4 x Wednesdays, 20 May - 10th June 2020
Online Session Time: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Ages: Youth Only (12-18)
Equipment: Digital Camera or Smart Phone, Personal Computer with access to sound/video for online learning
Places are limited to a number of 10. Please register to book your place.
Once you have registered your place, you will need to email: firstname.lastname@example.org to recieve your Online InfoKit and Permission Forms to sign.
This program is supported by the NSW Government through Department of Family & Community Services
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