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Welcome to our Online Course offers: 


with Elizabeth Greenberg

Investigate the connection between landscape and memory, and learn how you can tell a story of a place, a memory, an experience, by using metaphors you find in your surroundings.

Even the most familiar and ordinary places have the ability to reveal clues that point to the mysteries of the past. Symbols and metaphors found in the landscape serve as bridges between the past and the present, the ordinary and the remarkable.  With our cameras, our hearts and our minds, we will search like archeologists, to seek for evidence of hidden secrets, stories of magic, mystery, love, loss, and memories of things never seen, to create our own personal story. 


The class meetings are in Zoom on Monday, beginning March 29TH, and wrapping on May 10TH. 


Day: Monday (Mar 29, Apr 12, Apr 19, Apr 26, May 3, May 10) Time: 18:00 - 19:30 (CET)/ 12PM - 1:30PM (EST)

Place: Zoom - invitation will be sent to your e-mail

Levels: all levels

Language: English

Max participants: 10


The class meetings will include lecture, image critic, and creative discussion in how you can use findings in the landscape as metaphors to build a personal narrative story. Students will be photographing independently on the assignments given in each sessions.

This class is a great preparation for our workshop 'Metaphors in Landscape' with Elizabeth, scheduled to take place at our creative center SAGA in the fall of 2021 (not posted yet).

Read more about Elizabeth Greenberg on our faculty page. See more of Elizabeth Greenberg work on her website.

NOK 5.900,- 
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You can pay via the bank or Paypal. We need a min of 6 participants to run the course.

Registration on our courses are binding

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 5,42% of the amount paid that will be added to the invoice. For bank transfer there is usually a transaction fee. Check with your bank for the amount.

Elizabeth Greenberg
Elizabeth Greenberg
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