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Storytelling through Photography

This class is temporarily being offered remotely.

at Houston Center for Photography - Online Online Classroom, Houston, Texas 00000

Think of a few of the most memorable photos and dig them out. What stories do they tell? Great images are impressive because, in addition to their craft and composition, they tell a story. In this workshop, author and photographer Mark Chen will introduce strategies for sorting through your personal experiences and interests to create new works of...

Thursday May 7th, 6pm - 8pm

  (4 sessions)
$245

4 sessions

Seminar: Developing Your Photographic Voice

This class is temporarily being offered remotely.

at Houston Center for Photography - Montrose 1441 W Alabama St, Houston, Texas 77006

Structured around individual projects, this class is intended for those wishing to explore the practice of photography as a medium for creative expression and intellectual reflection. With an emphasis on experimentation, students are encouraged to expand their photographic skills, knowledge of techniques, and the overarching concepts that inform them....

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$350

3 sessions

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Photographic Collage

This class is temporarily being offered remotely.

at Houston Center for Photography - Montrose 1441 W Alabama St, Houston, Texas 77006

In this class, students will explore collage’s history as a photographic process and be inspired by artists such as Man Ray and Barbara Kruger. Each class will focus on a specific artist or period in art history. Students will develop their techniques, and through discussion, will learn to construct a narrative by combining imagery through layers....

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$245

4 sessions

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History of Photography

This class is temporarily being offered remotely.

at Houston Center for Photography - Montrose 1441 W Alabama St, Houston, Texas 77006

This class dives into photography’s journey for its roots to the present day. The 19th century covers the inception of photography: the inventors, processes, rapid growth, the American Civil War, and the post-war years up until about 1900. The early 20th century covers Modernism and its photographers between 1900 – 1960. The late 20th century...

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$245

3 sessions

Soap Making Workshop

at Love & Make - Rice / Museum District 2516 Times Blvd, Houston, Texas 77005

The Melt & Pour Soap Making Experience In this fun-filled workshop, you will learn the basics of melt and pour soap making, general techniques and even a little history. We'll go through the use and benefits of the ingredients and learn about different recipes that students can use at home or give as gifts. Students will be able to choose which...

Saturday Apr 11th, 12pm - 2pm

Urban CityScapes / Street Photography

at Houston Center for Photography - Montrose 1441 W Alabama St, Houston, Texas 77006

This class will focus on the art of street photography and how it has developed as a genre. We will discuss the history of street photography, current techniques, and equipment, and develop small bodies of work to share in class and discuss in relation to the genre and photography at large. What to bring to class: Digital Camera with 'Manual'...

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$245

4 sessions

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Digital Photography Live In-the-Field @ Museum District

at Digital Photo Academy - Montrose 1401 Richmond Ave #290, Houston, Texas 77006

Each Composition in the Field class begins with a talk with one of our experienced instructors, and then you and your fellow students take a stroll through one of a variety of photogenic locales (in any of the 20+ cities the DPA encapsulates).  There is street photography, magnificent interiors, farmers markets, zoos, landscapes, and more, photos...

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$99

Four Paintings that Influenced the Art World

at The Women's Institute of Houston - River Oaks 2202 Avalon Pl, Houston, Texas 77019

If you had to name the four most important paintings in Western art—the ones that most influenced the course of art, or history, or both—what would they be? (Mona Lisa, anybody?) While a fun exercise, when it comes to understanding art, ranking paintings in this way doesn’t help us answer the more profound question of why art, and especially...

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$100

Perspective Workshop

at Watercolor Art Society-Houston (WAS-H) - Montrose 1601 West Alabama, Houston, Texas 77006

Perspective is a challenge for both beginner and advanced painters.  Learn the basics, how to problem solve and self-correct, and apply this information to your own work. Often artists are stymied by perspective, but learning to break down the visual information you are observing makes it much less daunting. A combination of teacher demos, guided...

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$120

2 sessions

The Legacy of French Painting, 1880-1906

at The Women's Institute of Houston - River Oaks 2202 Avalon Pl, Houston, Texas 77019

In the concluding part of The Legacy of French Painting, we see the culmination of the modernist works of Manet and the Impressionists. We shall examine the works of Georges Seurat, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and, perhaps most importantly, Paul Cézanne. These artists lay the foundation for subsequent 20th century modernist...

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$175

6 sessions

The Roaring Twenties Part One

at The Women's Institute of Houston - River Oaks 2202 Avalon Pl, Houston, Texas 77019

Jazz. Flappers. Speakeasies. Art Deco. The Harlem Renaissance. Widespread economic prosperity. The advent of the golden age of cinema. If we could time travel to any decade, we couldn’t do better than the 1920s. In the aftermath of World War I, the literature and culture of Europe and the U.S. erupted into frenzied expression. Historically, the success...

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$175

6 sessions

The Great Jane Austen

at The Women's Institute of Houston - River Oaks 2202 Avalon Pl, Houston, Texas 77019

The first version of Jane Austen’s, Northanger Abbey was written in the late 18th century in response to Ann Radcliffe’s Gothic novel, The Mysteries of Udolpho (and published posthumously). She finished her last novel, Persuasion, in 1816. So, in effect, she moved the novel out of its early experiments and into the form that has persisted until...

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$175

6 sessions

Russian Art: Peter the Great to Post-Perestroika

at The Women's Institute of Houston - River Oaks 2202 Avalon Pl, Houston, Texas 77019

This year, 2017, marks the centennial of the Russian Revolution. Given the fractious nature that at present exists between Russia, America, and the West, it is an opportune time to look at the culture of Russia as a way of coming to some understanding of this complex country.  The art and the artists of Russia are as distinctive as the country’s...

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$250

12 sessions

Is There Progress in Science? In Art? In Moral Values?

at The Women's Institute of Houston - River Oaks 2202 Avalon Pl, Houston, Texas 77019

In the 1960s physicist/philosopher Thomas Kuhn burst into the intellectual scene with a highly original and influential view of science. Kuhn held that science, usually considered the outstanding example of accumulating human knowledge, shows us that there is neither truth nor progress in it.  In these four lectures, we will first look at Kuhn’s...

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$150

4 sessions

Louis, Louis, Louis & Lafayette

at The Women's Institute of Houston - River Oaks 2202 Avalon Pl, Houston, Texas 77019

Louis, Louis, Louis & Lafayette :Three Centuries Of France & the American Connection The history of modern France dates from the 16th century, with the reign of the “Renaissance Prince” King Francis I and the country’s complicated relationship with America begins then as well. This “connection” develops and multiplies throughout...

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$225

10 sessions

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