Photography as Art Seminar
Expanding Your Visual Imagination

Why do some photographs speak to your soul and remain in your memory long after you’ve turned away, while others fade more quickly? How do great artists and photographers engage with the viewer, spark their imagination and discover a new way of seeing?

Be one of the first to attend this groundbreaking, all-new seminar created for individuals who want to go beyond simply taking photos of a moment in time and instead make powerful artistic statements.

In this full-day seminar, you’ll learn that the beauty, emotion and versatility expressed through photography are matched only by the limits of your imagination. Using art history as a reference point, the seminar highlights common visual elements, from shape and space to texture and light, and shows you how to apply them to enhance your own compositions. You’ll explore innovative ways to translate conceptual ideas into creative results, learn how to spot the non-obvious, and uncover new ways to expand your visual imagination.

Art Wolfe

About Art Wolfe
Art Wolfe is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose four decades of award-winning work have taken him to the farthest reaches of every continent on the globe. His photographs have appeared in hundreds of magazines and books and have been exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide. He has published nearly 100 books, many of which are award-winners. With this extensive experience and his training as both a painter and educator, Art’s diverse background makes him ideally suited to illuminate subjects difficult to articulate yet central to the creative process: inspiration, passion, vision and imagination.

To learn more about the Photography as Art seminar visit:

McCord Museum J. Armand Bombardier Theatre
690 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal H3A 1E9

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