With the surge of photo software this is the time to understand and practice the principles of design to enhance your photographic creations. During this 5 week class, award winning local photographer Steve Bogdonas will help you learn how to take top quality photos with your digital camera. The class is designed for a beginner through intermediate photographer and will cover: camera basics, classic light and color theory, portrait lighting and a heavy dose of classical design for the photographer. Attention is given to improving the photographer’s ideas for entering photo shows and art galleries. Assignments are given at every class along with class critiques and a photo contest at the 5th week.
Classes begin Wednesday, August 2nd and end August 30th . They meet for 2 hours beginning at 6 pm. Class cost is $75. Size is limited so hurry to enroll. Call the Beloit Fine Arts Incubator at 608-313-9083, or Steve Bogdonas at 815-389-9086 with questions or to enroll in the class.
The classes are held in the second floor classroom at the Beloit Fine Arts Incubator, 520 E. Grand Avenue, downtown Beloit.
Paint, Draw, Digital Photography, and Pottery
Session 1: June 12th-22nd (Monday-Thursday)
Session 2: July 10th-20th (Monday-Thursday)
Session 3: August 7th-17th (Monday-Thursday)
Schedule of the Camp day:
10:00-12:00 Draw, Paint, and Digital Photography
12:00-12:30 Lunch (students bring sack lunch from home)
12:30-2:30 Fun with Clay Pottery Lessons
The cost for a session of a full day of Art Camp is $225.00.
Attending Morning only: $100.00
Attending Afternoon only: $125.00
Any Questions call: 608-314-4092 or 608-313-9083
Instructor: Susan Swedlund
Susan Swedlund has a BA in Art from Washburn University in Topeka ,KS and has had over 25 years experience in teaching art to young students. She worked in the Beloit School District for 10 years as a para-educator and substitute teacher. Two hallmark projects that she helped develop were Synetics Charter School, a project based learning academy, and the daVinci Room a creative learning environment to enhance exploration and to develop a “What if…” attitude.
Swedlund is a professional Ceramic artist who has had a working studio at the Beloit Fine Arts Incubator for over four years.