Artists, Tracy Jay and Michael Bryant from Curious Digital Photography will facilitate a no cost one off open day for prospective students. The purpose of this open day is to provide a preview of how the workshops will be structured. It is an ideal opportunity to “taste and try before you buy.” (*The full 8 week course commences Monday 5th March.)
They are especially structured for beginners to intermediate digital photographers.
The workshops are aimed at cultivating photographic skills through an enjoyable creative process.
The workshops will be presented in a studio environment at the Curious Art Gallery, situated in an ever changing riverside setting with expansive panoramic views across the Tweed River to Wollumbin/Mt.Warning.
Participants are expected to bring a camera (any variety i.e. Digital SLR, 35mm film SLR, compact point and shoot etc.)
The open workshop day will be held Monday 20th February. Workshop starts 10.30am e.d.s.t.
94a Chinderah Bay Dr. Chinderah 2487
Limited spaces available.
*Sign up for the full 8 week course commencing 5th March 2012 can be completed on the day.
To register your interest please contact:
Tracy or Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael : 0488 073756 Tracy : 0406 525246
*The full 8 week course is a weekly 2 hour session at a total cost of $240 per person.
Covers camera technical aspects/location shoots/creative briefs/Exhibiton opportunity
The photography workshops are assignment driven with a hands on focus. Structured for beginners to intermediate.
Empowered by Art – 2012 International Year of Cooperatives is our exhibition begininng 8th February through to 18th March. When the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon made the announcement, he said “Co-operatives are a reminder to the international community that it is possible to pursue both economic viability and social responsibility.” Well we know it!
The members of our artists co-operative found that business model (now don’t fall asleep here all you right brain-ers!) suited our needs perfectly. We encourage you to examine how co-operatives work in your country, as they just might suit that secret dream you’ve squirelled away for far too long now! As we approach this exhibition we will share some insights into the early days of being an arts group, getting it together, getting legal and having some walls to lean on!
Here at Curious Art Co-operative we have been loving it for more than ten years and now the United Nations is calling it: 2012 has been recognised as the International Year of Co-operatives. This is an acknowledgement by the international community that co-operatives drive the economy, respond to social change, are resilient to the global economic crisis and are serious, successful businesses creating jobs in all sectors.