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Kids school and holiday art clubs

February Half Term: 2015

Fun with Photography

Photographic artist Marysa Dowling will lead a 2 day Photography course for children.

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In this fun, 2 day photography course, children will

  • explore the creative potential of photography
  • learn how an artist uses photography to create a narrative
  • make sequences of photographs
  • make and use props to compose photographs
  • think about location, pose, lighting and sequencing
  • work individually and in groups to consider, gesture, action and movement.
  • use studio equipment to compose and take a photograph
  • use existing archive photographs to manipulate into new images
  • explore how to display photographs for an audience.

There will also be specially adapted activities for the under 6′s in a small supported group.

Places are limited

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We would encourage you to bring along your own camera, but please let us know if this is not possible and we will make sure there are resources available for everyone.

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Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 February, 9.30 – 3.30

(Option for late pick up at 4.30pm)

£90 for 2 days (£120 if collecting at 4.30pm)

Venue: Donhead School, Edge Hill, Wimbledon, SW19 4NP

Book now by sending us your email address

Or calling Annabel on 07808 168 543

Dowling’s practice as a photographic artist is participatory and rooted within portraiture. It is concerned with human behavior, an exploration and observation of how people communicate and relate to each other and the places they live. Her work is not specific to one time or place, projects become multi-layered, often happening in several countries, during which she builds connections across communities, societies and cultures. Working closely with her subjects she explore the ways in which we represent ourselves. Projects also concentrate on our sense of place, relationships, family and community. Central to her practice is the role that photography plays in daily life as a means of expression and representation. Recent commissions and residencies have centered on interaction, communication, objects and journeys within cities.

Dowling has worked on commissions, projects and residencies in many countries including with LACMA, The Whitechapel Gallery, The Photographers’ Gallery, Belfast Exposed, The Courtauld Gallery, Tate and Barnardo’s.

www.marysadowling.co.uk