Adult Studio Workshop

Photo Transformations

Event

Thursday, January 28, 2016
6 – 8:30 pm
Floor 4 Studio

Explore a range of avant-garde aesthetics and photographic techniques inspired by the exhibition The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film in this three-session workshop taught by contemporary artist Carey Denniston. Working in the Museum’s art studio and makeshift darkroom, class participants will recapture the experimental mode of early Soviet photographers by using an array of image-making processes – such as photogram, cyanotype, and photomontage – to create their own poster, zine, or collage. Graphic and spatial reconstructions of photographs will activate image and message, and may incorporate techniques of surprise, humor, and even propaganda. At the end of the workshop, each participant will have created a modern work of visual subversion.

Carey Denniston has explored photographic processes for twenty years, ‘making strange’ the relationship of two and three dimensional spaces with sculpture, film, and photography. Based in Brooklyn, Denniston studied at the International Center of Photography, and received an MFA in Studio Art from Hunter College. She has exhibited in New York and Los Angeles, and is represented by KANSAS (New York). She has attended artist residencies including Shandaken Project at Storm King (New Windsor, New York), Coast Time (Lincoln City, Oregon), and École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie (Arles, France).

Course Fee: $60 General; $45 Members.  All materials included in course fee.

Carey Denniston, Untitled/Process Documentation, 2015 

Ticket Information

General Admission Tickets

General Admission tickets are sold only at the Museum and valid for the day of visitation.

Program and Event Tickets

By Phone

Order by phone Monday – Friday, 10 am – 5:45 pm through our box office call center at 866.205.1322. All phone orders are subject to a $1 per ticket surcharge. We accept all major credit cards.

Online

Orders are available through our online ticket vendor, ACME Ticketing. If you have technical difficulties, please call 866.205.1322.

In Person

Tickets can be purchased in person at the Museum's admission desk during regular Museum hours, excluding Saturdays.

Ticket Policies

  • If your ticket was emailed to you, present the ticket on your mobile device or print-out of your ticket.
  • If you selected “will call,” tickets will be waiting for you at our front desk will call station.
  • Ticket purchase for events at the Museum includes admission to the galleries on the day of the program.
  • Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Please note that seating is limited; we recommend purchasing tickets in advance.
  • Ticket holders are encouraged to arrive promptly, as seating is not guaranteed once a program has begun.
  • Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.