Welcome to our Online Course offers:
with Holly Lynton
Our online class with artist Holly Lynton will reframe the way you think about visual storytelling, leaving you with a new perspective and a new set of techniques to craft compelling photographic narratives.
The class meets on Mondays, starting April 10TH and wrapping June 19TH.
Time: 19:00 - 21:00 CET / 1PM to 3PM (EST)
Dates: Apr 10, Apr 24. May 8, May 22, Jun 5, Jun 19.
Levels: All levels
Max participants: 10
Have you ever connected with a photograph on a psychological or visceral level?
It’s possible you may not even be aware of it. Great photographs often connect with our subconscious, producing a response that although pleasing to the eye, resonates deeper under the surface.
This online course with American photographer Holly Lynton will provide participants with innovative strategies to produce images that are provocative, enigmatic, and lyrical.
Students will learn how to depict people, places, and histories in unprecedented ways.
Reconsidering their roles as storytellers, students will develop new methods that transform viewers into active participants in the narrative and will learn how to tell complex stories.
The learning process will revolved around a storytelling project created through a combination of in-class development and outside class assignments.
Holly Lynton will describe how research and archival exploration play an important role in effectively describing the places and communities that become the subject of her projects. In addition, Holly will provide tips on how to gain permission for making photographs in new and exciting territories.
Classroom critiques and close examination of the work made will provide important feedback for participants progressing along their learning curve.
HOLLY LYNTON was born in Boulder, Colorado and was raised both there and in New York City. Her work for the past ten years has focused on understanding rural communities in the United States through their agricultural history and current industry and ritual.
Lynton has received numerous awards and grants to support her work , including The Aaron Siskind Individual Photographer’s Fellowship (2016), a Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship (2013), The Syngenta Photography Award (2013), and an Artist Resource Trust Grant (2011). Her book 'Bare Handed' was published in 2022 by L'Artiere.
Read more about Holly Lynton on our faculty page.
See more of Holly Lynton's work on her website.
ONLINE COURSE TUITION:
NOK 6.900,- (currency converter)
Registration on our courses are binding.
You can pay via the bank or Paypal.
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 charged by your bank. Check with your bank for the amount.
For Norwegian costumers there is an Invoice Fee (Fakturagebyr) of NOK 40,- added to the invoice.
We need a min of 5 participants to run the course.