Starting on July 15, we'll be offering an five-session master class workshop with upcoming artist in residence Lauren Henkin! This workshop is organized in collaboration with our suitemates, Filter Photo.
Dates: 7/15, 7/29, 8/12, 8/26, and 9/9 (every other Wednesday).
Times: 6:00-8:30 PM
Registration: This class is limited to 8 participants, who will be selected by Lauren Henkin. To be considered, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to a website with current work, or email up to 10 recent images.
Price: $395 pending admittance, to be paid in full by July 8
This intensive, five-session course is designed to help participants complete a body of work. Lauren will spend the first third of each class discussing such topics as developing a concept, image quality, print quality, print size, printing materials, editing, sequencing, general craft, bookmaking, marketing, and writing a project statement. After each session’s presentation, Lauren will devote the other two-thirds time to evaluating participants’ progress on the development of work.
This is not a ‘technical skills’ workshop, although Lauren will discuss technical skills as they pertain to making the work stronger. The emphasis is on creating the work itself, and shaping its form so that participants will be able to present the project to a chosen audience whether that be a gallery director, collector, or the media. Participants will develop both a tangible product (the photographs) and the ability to explain their importance. With Lauren's guidance participants will sharpen their ability to critique their own work, as well as others, and will take their projects from the stage of conceptualization to final printing.
About Lauren Henkin:
Born in Washington, D.C., artist Lauren Henkin grew up in Maryland, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and now resides in New York City.
Lauren's work is focused on the tension between preservation and extinction as told through the American landscape. Her work resides in over twenty institutional collections including Cleveland Museum of Art, Portland Art Museum, Smith College Museum of Art, Brown University's Bell Gallery among others. Most recently, Yale University acquired 100 prints from The Park and Charleston projects. Musée Magazine, PDN, New York Magazine, ZingMagazine, Landscape Stories, L’Oeil de la Photographie and The Washington Post have all featured her photographs.
She is also a co-founder and co-editor of Tilted Arc, a journal on artistic practice and intention.
Lauren Henkin's work is represented by Foley Gallery in New York City.