The International Center for Photography, located in New York City, has several film classes coming up this winter/spring semester:
B&W I has two sections; one meets each day from January 16th to January 20th, and the other meets once a week from January 22nd to April 2nd.
B&W II also has two sections; one meets every day from January 9th through January 12th, and the other meets once a week from January 24th to March 28th.
The Fine Print in Black-and-White, geared toward experienced students who are working on an ongoing project, meetings weekly from January 23rd to March 27th.
The Power of the Color Image: Exploring Color In & Out of the Darkroom, taught by Bill Armstrong – who took part in THP’s first invitational exhibition – will meet once a week from January 24th to April 4th.
Lastly, the Large-Format class meets weekly from January 24th to March 28th.
And on the alt pro front:
Non-silver Printing, taught by Tricia Rosenkilde – also included in our first exhibition – covers various historic processes, as well as traditional and digital negatives, meets weekly from January 22nd to April 2nd.
For information on all of these classes, please click here.