Digital Photography Summer Studio

DigitalPhotography

Digital Photography Summer Studio

SUMMER 2018 PROGRAM INFORMATION & SCHEDULE WILL BE UPDATED BY JANUARY 15, 2018!

Have you ever wanted to learn how to use Photoshop? Do you have a digital camera and want to make amazing photos with it? In this workshop, students will learn about Adobe Photoshop software, shooting techniques, lighting, printing and more! Students will present a photography showcase at the end of the week. Participants are required to bring their own digital camera.

 

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Ages:  13-18 years
Dates:  July 17 – 21, 2017
Times:  9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Mon-Fri)
Tuition:  $450
Location:  Mason Fairfax Campus, Art & Design Building

 

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Aftercare is available until 6:00 pm for $90/week.
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Jason Wellington, Photography Classes Instructor:  Jason Wellington
Read about Mr. Wellington

Jason Wellington is a lens-based artist from Alexandria, Virginia. He started studying photography while in high school. Jason received his BFA with a concentration in photography from George Mason University. His work has focused on human conflict, terrorism, and fear. Jason received his Master’s in Art Education at George Mason University in 2015. Currently, Jason is a full time art teacher in Fairfax County Pupblic Schools in Virginia.

As an artist and an art educator, Jason strongly believe that everyone should be exposed to the arts, whether visual or performing arts, the arts in general have the power to change how one thinks of themselves and the world at large. Art offers a vast and varied world and the power of creativity has the ability to solve many problems in the world.

 

Teaching Assistant: Pauline Tran

 

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Justin Sutters Art Class Instructor Director: Justin Sutters
Email questions to potomac@gmu.edu

 

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