February 13 through May 9, 2021
Sign up for this series of virtual meetings—inspired by the exhibition Anderson Scott: Photographs—to see your environment in a fresh way and learn how to create a visual masterpiece through the lens of your own digital camera or smartphone. Led by local photographer Warren Simons, this workshop will take place as three separate Zoom meetings where you will learn about Anderson Scott’s photography; discuss the art of seeing, how to view the world as your studio, and apply those techniques to your own photography; and engage in a friendly critique to review participants’ photos taken from prompts during the workshop.
Warren Simons has practiced the art of seeing with the camera for nearly 20 years, and he has won numerous awards for his work. He grew up in Massachusetts, lived in New York City for 25 years, and now makes his home in Montgomery, AL. The world is full of visual surprises hiding in plain sight, but he does not search for them—his aim is to stay calm, move slowly, and look deeply.
Saturday, April 17; 10:30–11:30 AM
Sunday, April 18; 10:30–11:30 AM
Saturday, April 24; 10 AM to noon
Series of Three Classes: $30
Museum members save 25% on studio class registrations.
Class costs will only be refunded if a program is cancelled. For any other full refund or credit, cancellations must be made no later than two weeks before the program begins. After that time a 25% administrative fee will be charged.
For questions or to register by phone, contact Brandy Morrison at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 334.625.4365.