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The Art of Event Photography Series, Free, NHVitality grant Funded

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The Art of Event Photography Series, Free, NHVitality grant Funded

Time: February 22, 2023 at 6pm to March 2, 2023 at 7pm
Location: Dixwell Q House
Street: 197 Dixwell Ave
City/Town: New Haven
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Event Type: event, photography, class
Organized By: judy sirota rosenthal
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2023

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Event Description

 The Art of Event Photography Class Series  

 NEW HAVEN has a rich cultural environment, a city where connections can make a difference. We see much raw talent in the multitude of diverse younger adults - Asian, Black, Brown, Indigenous, Latinx, Middle-Eastern,  bi/multi-cultural, and LGBTQ people. By creating and implementing this program, this resource can be developed by training and mentorship that will allow them to serve the community while developing marketable skills.

This free 4- session event photography class is designed to enhance /advance the skills of new and current photographers who want to improve their business and relational practice of photography.

Held at the Dixwell Q house, Mondays  April  10, 17, 24 and May 1, 6:30- 8:15 pm; 

this is an interactive program, with commitment to all 4 sessions required. 

Space is limited to 8 people, between the ages of 19-33.

Applications are available here to be submitted to Applicants need access to a DSLR ( a digital camera), and a way of editing and uploading their images for review.    

Technical skills are NOT the focus of this series, this is not a traditional class. 

 There is an art to working with clients while developing solid business practices.

Includes : • small group learning experiments • weekly assignments, shared with the group• an experience with a non-profit to use skills. 

Resources will be made available: professional organizations, photographers to follow, etc.

Mistakes and difficulties are welcome, some of mine/ours will be revealed! This experience will be fun, active, and lively. If this intrigues you, please apply ~ we’d love to have you join us!

 We each come from different lived experiences and backgrounds, contributing to our creative/individual styles. Inviting all of that to show up and be included is our shared work.

Applications are due by March 1, 2023, submitted to :

applicants will have a short phone interview and be notified by March 10. 

                   Facilitated by Judy Sirota Rosenthal, assisted by Maher Mahmood. 

                     questions??? please contact :

 Funded by A 2022 Neighborhood Vitality Grant


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