In this workshop, Atlanta based photographer and conceptual artist Michael Reese will illustrate the role that form, content, and context play in interpreting and creating meaning from a photograph.
Why should I take this workshop?
This workshop is essential for photographers looking to deepen their critical thinking skills and discover alternative approaches to conceptualizing their work.
Michael Reese is an Atlanta based photographer and conceptual artist working in themes related to family history, identity and metaphorical flight. Recent notable exhibits include Amalgam, the AGG Private collection in Atlanta, GA, and the Atlanta Jazz Festival: 40 Years, and Arnika Dawkins Gallery. A Force Proportional To Their Masses is a permanent installation honoring African Americans in aviation past, present and future at The Fulton County Aviation Community Cultural Center in Atlanta, GA. Selected private and public collections include; The High Museum, Clark Atlanta University, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Fulton County Arts Council, Atlanta Office Of Cultural Affairs, Agnes Scott College, Delta Airlines and The Atlanta Hawks National Basketball Association. Reese received his B.F.A. in photography from The Atlanta College Of Art.
Date: Sunday, February 27
Time: 2 - 4pm
Spots available: 15
Materials: Note-taking materials Entry fee: $55 (members) $65 (non-members)
Member Entry: $55
Non-Member Entry: $65
APG will refund up to 50% of the tuition fee if the cancellation is made up to one week before the workshop date.