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Welcome to our Online Course offers: 


with Stig Marlon Weston

This online course will teach you how to present your work to an audience. It will give you a better  understanding of how your work is perceived, and ways to engage the viewer, and create enthusiasm for your creative practise.  

Stig M Weston


The class meets on Wednesdays, starting October 16TH and wrapping on December 4TH. 

Day: Wednesday

Time: 19:00 - 21:00 CET /  1PM to 3PM EST

Dates: Oct. 16, Oct. 23, Nov. 6, Nov. 13, Nov. 27, Dec. 4.

Place: Zoom

Levels: All levels

Language: English/ Norwegian

Max participants: 10

Presenting and discussing your own work is a much needed skill for all creative practitioners, but it can feel stressful and difficult. This online course with Norwegian Artist Stig M Weston will feel like 'training' sessions on different ways to present your work, whether it is to an audience, a gallerist or an editor and get them engaged in what you do. It is a place to discuss and present your project and your photographs with others, and get constructive feedback, from our instructors, and your fellow participants, on how to improve. The process will also deepening your own understanding of your artistic path.

There will be lectures on how to present a photographic project to an audience. You will understand what is important to highlight to get peoples attention on a project, and see the benefit from knowing how to discuss your own work, and being able to communicate the deeper meaning behind it. 

As a group we will learn through thoughtful and creative discussions of all the participants projects, while you get to hone your own presentation technique.

The underlying focus throughout this online class will be on understanding your own project and personal photographic vision.

We will invite a couple of guest photographers to present their work, which gives an opportunity to get feedback on your work and presentation from them. Former guest have been photographer Karoline Hjort, Charlie Hay and Katinka Goldberg.  
In between meetings you will be given homework assignments to digest and delve deeper into the discussions we have had.

STIG M WESTON is an award winning freelance photographer and artist who is best known for his experimental analogue processes.

Read more about Stig M. Weston on our faculty page. 

See more of Stig M Weston's work on his website.

NOK 7.200,- 
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The amount is listed in Norwegian Kroner (NOK)




International students: You can pay us via PayPal or transfer your payment directly to our account. Please let us know when registration for a workshop your preferred method of payment. For PayPal payments there is a handling fee of 6 % of the amount paid that will be added to the invoice. For bank transfer there is a transaction fee. Check with your bank for the amount, and make sure the transaction fee is not deducted from the payment for the class.


For Norwegian invoices, which is sent to your e-mail, there will be an invoice fee added to the invoice of NOK 8,-. If you want the invoice sent via EFH the fee is: NOK 11,-. For regular post: NOK 32,-.  


We need a min of 5 participants to run the course. There will be max 10 participants in this class. 

Stig M Weston

Withdrawal and refund policy: 

Enrollment is limited in our classes, so once you have registered for a class – we are counting on you to attend. The registration is binding. We do however understand that sometimes plans fall trough and offer the following cancellation policies:
Withdraw more than 30 days before the start of class and we will refund all money paid, minus an administration fee of NOK 1500,-.


Withdraw 30 days or less before the start of class and we will charge you with the full workshop tuition.

NORDphotography is not responsible for cancellations due to medical emergencies.

Cancelation Rules:

For online course to run we need a minimum of five participants, unless otherwise noted in the class description. If we for some reason are not able to reach our minimum number, the class will be postponed or canceled and you will receive a full refund.


There will be a maximum of 10 students in each class, unless otherwise noted in the workshop description. 

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