Photography and Water
PLEASE NOTE: We have changed the workshop from what was published in the Fall Hood Quarterly. It is no longer about archaeology.
In this workshop, families will consider how contemporary artists experiment with water in their photography practice. For example, Kim Keever creates imagined landscapes using objects staged in 200 gallon water tanks. He releases colored pigments into the tank and then photographs what happens. In the studio, families will create their own photographs using a similar process. Families will need to bring a phone or camera for taking photos. For children ages 6-12 and their adult companions. Space in this free workshop is limited. Please REGISTER online by November 11. For more information, call (603) 646-1469.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.