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"2001 Workshop Offerings Announced"
2001-06-04 until 2001-08-12
New Mexico Photography Field School
Santa Fe, NM,
USA United States of America
Begun in 1990, the New Mexico Photography Field School is directed by
nationally-known fine art photographer Craig Varjabedian. His widely
collected and exhibited photographs are known for their tonal delicacy
and visual isolation of natural and human environments. Joining Craig
for next years workshops will be Steve Goff, Professor of Photography at
Odessa College, Odessa, TX; Fr. Thomas J. Steele, S.J New Mexico author
and historian; Cathy Wright of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center;
Diane E. Williams, an architectural historian and preservationist and
Landa King, Assistant Professor of Art at Texas Lutheran University.
2001 Schedule includes:
THE POSSIBILITIES OF CAMERA FORMAT: Making Photographs with the Large,
Medium and Panoramic Camera, June 4 through 10, with Craig Varjabedian
and Steve Goff.
UNDER A MOST BRILLIANT NEW MEXICO SKY, June 18 through 24, Craig
Varjabedian and Landa King
PLACES OF THE SPIRIT: New Mexico's Catholic Churches through
Photography, July 9 through 15, with Craig Varjabedian, Fr. Thomas J.
Steele, Cathy Wright and Diane Williams.
PHOTOGRAPHING ENCHANTMENT, July 23 through 29; a workshop with the
Texas Photographic Society, with Craig Varjabedian and Steve Goff.
GEORGIA O'KEEFFE: Through the Camera's Lens, August 6 through 12, Craig
Varjabedian and Cathy Wright
The tuition for each workshop is $745. plus NM sales tax. A complete
brochure with workshop descriptions, instructor biographies and
information on accommodations and meals is available upon request.
Information is also available on the World Wide Web at
a href=http://www.photofieldschool.com>www.photofieldschool.com. For additional information about New Mexico
Photography Field School programs, please contact Workshop Manager Cindy
Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 983-2934.
The Rio Chama Looking West,
nr. Abiquiu, NM 1998