LAST SESSION: PUT A PICTURE ON IT!
Kings and Queens
365 East Broadway
Vista, CA 92084
MONDAY - July 18 Sticker Pictures
TUESDAY - July 19 Printing Negatives
WEDNESDAY - July 20 Printing on Fabric (t-shirts)
THURSDAY - July 21 Printing on Wood
FRIDAY - July 22 Presentation
If you have your own Smartphone device, please bring it as our resources are limited. We will have wifi access in the classroom, so please have access to your password. Students will be using a variety of FREE Apps that can be uploaded to your smart device. Here is a list of Apps that can pre-uploaded to your phone:
CLOTHING Dress comfortable. Students will be outside, walking around so depending on weather it may get hot. We also don't recommend wearing your favorite clothes, because we will be using materials that can possibly stain. If you have an apron or extra shirt to change into, GREAT, bring it :)
LUNCH Light snacks and refreshments will be served, but please make sure to pack a lunch. There is no refrigerator available for cold storage, so please make sure to pack accordingly. We will have a Pizza Party on Friday, July 22nd compliments of HSCC, so please feel free to send your kiddo to class with any additional snacks that you'd like to share with the group :)
DOUBLE EXPOSURE YOUTH PROGRAM
The Hill Street Country Club has partnered with BRIDGE to offer its second year of Youth Programing with the return of its Photography Summer Camp, DOUBLE EXPOSURE! This series of weekly workshops focuses on blend of historical and modern processes of photography and image-making.
BRIDGE transforms education and learning experiences through the engagement of mobile workshops. Their mission is to provide alternative learning opportunities to the community while embracing the historical and contemporary forms of art making and art understanding. www.building-bridges.org
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Cole will return this Summer as your Instructor for Double Exposure - Session 4. Last Summer he worked with us as Teaching Assistant and had a blast! He is an artist and student from Carlsbad, CA that is currently attending Miracosta College. There he works on digital and film photography projects that explore his interest in alternative photographic processes.