The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts’s Project Identity is accepting applications. Project Identity is a 12-week program for high school students that teaches the basics of photography, composition, historical processing and Adobe Photoshop. Throughout the program, participants explore the medium of photography as a conduit for personal expression and storytelling, according to the Bethel Woods’ website. The program culminates with a community exhibition and the creation of a photobook.
The program is free, and participants meet on Sundays and Tuesdays from Deb. 26 through May 21. No photography knowledge is necessary and participating students will receive a standard point-and-shoot camera that they may keep upon successful completion of the course.
Disclaimer: This event is sponsored by Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. It is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Monticello Central School District. Monticello Central School District is distributing this information as a public service. Any marketing materials regarding this event were reproduced by the sponsoring group(s) at no cost to the school district