July 15th - 19th
10:00am - 3:00pm
Ages: 8th grade - high school students
All skill levels welcome
APPLICATIONS DUE - JULY 1, 2019
Space is limited
Over the course of one week, participants will have the opportunity to become contemporary history makers while exploring the rich history of Jackson Ward through digital photography. Students will develop their own projects using inspiration from the BHMVA’s collection, under the guidance of program mentors, local photographers and museum professionals. Participants will explore the work of influential black photographers, learn about the fundamentals of photography using DSLR cameras, practice basic editing techniques using Adobe Photoshop, and will be introduced to several careers related to photography.
This program will be held at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia:
122 W Leigh St, Richmond, VA 23220
Interested students can apply for this FREE week-long program below!
Lunch and snack will be provided.