Classes are offered regardless of ability to pay, and no interested youth is ever turned away because of their family’s economic circumstances. Families are asked to pledge and pay what they can.
Classes start the week of July 8
Analog photo 1: The Basics
July 8-12, 12-4pm
This week-long intensive is available for students ages 11-18 who are interested in learning the nuts and bolts of basic black and white analog photography. Time will be spent learning about 35mm camera systems and traditional darkroom printing.
Nature Photo Explorers with Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center
Aug 5-9, 9am-3pm
This program will integrate digital photography into nature exploration and discovery, through a collaboration between In-Sight and BEEC. Explorations will take place at unique natural areas around Brattleboro, including woodland, aquatic and mountain adventures.
In-Sight is offering and independent study options throughout the summer. Students choose a topic and plan a course of study in cooperation with an instructor, who offers guidance and makes sure that the student stays on track and completes projects.
*Students must talk to an In-Sight Staff Member about this option before registering.
Rebel Designers Intensive
July 22-26, 12-4pm
At some point in your life you’ve probably noticed a problem where the fix was obvious to you. Maybe it was a door that opened the wrong way. Maybe it was a road sign that was poorly painted. But, like most people, you probably saw this design problem, grumbled to yourself, and did nothing. What can you do? Students in this intensive will be learning about “guerilla public service” and how the intersection of creativity, community, and social impact can create a world designed to benefit everyone.
Analog photo: Large Format portraits
Aug 19-23, 12-4pm
Cameras have become so available that most of us have one in our pocket at all times, making it quick and easy to get a photograph anywhere, anytime. In this class we will slow the process down and use large format analog film cameras to make portraits of people on the streets of Brattleboro.
Digital photo 2: Street photography
July 29-Aug 2, 12-4pm
There are so many interesting things happening on the streets of downtown Brattleboro. In this class, students will take their digital photography skills to the next level and learn to take a closer look as everyday life unfolds around them on the street.
This two-day workshop will introduce students to the 19th century alternative process of cyanotypes. The signature blue images are easy and fun to make, using the sun as a light source for printing. The creative applications of this process are limitless, and it is an easy way to get started making images.