The International Center of Photography, located in New York City, has a whole slew of workshops coming up…
Beginning on April 8th, the 10-session Non-Silver Printing will introduce students to non-silver processes using digital negatives.
On April 13th and 14th, students will learn how to incorporate the cold wax process into their photographic work in the two-day Using Cold Wax: An Added Stroke of Mixed Media.
The ten-session Photography I in Black and White begins on April 8th and will introduce students to the basics of darkroom photography.
Photography II in Black and White begins on April 9th, runs for ten sessions, and will give students the opportunity to refine their printing skills in this primarily hands-on class.
Picking up where Photo II leaves off, Photography III in Black and White will encourage students to discover their personal vision through the development of a body of work over the course of ten weeks.
The Fine Print in Black and White begins on April 9th and will allow students the opportunity to experiment with various films and developers while working in the darkroom for ten weeks.
Beginning on April 10th, students will learn color theory and how to print their own color images in the workshop The Power of the Color Image: Exploring Color In & Out of the Darkroom, which runs for ten weeks.
Last but not least, student will get the opportunity to take their work to the next level in the Large Format workshop, which begins on April 11th and runs for ten sessions.