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May 22, 2020

From: Asheville Art Museum

Adult Studio

Cultivating Digital Photography Skills: Narrative

In this four-part class taught by Learning & Engagement Assistant Paige Taylor, explore ways to visualize narratives and tell stories using digital photography! Through a series of weekly assignments, create sequences of images that tell a story or express a narrative based on text, fiction, and personal experiences or perspectives. Use images from the Museum’s Collection and other sources for inspiration. Class time includes instruction, journaling, group shares, and discussions; individual preparation between classes includes responding to weekly photo prompts and short readings.

JUNE 3, 10, 17, & 24—Wednesdays, 6–8pm
Registration deadline: June 2

Cost: $75 Museum Members, $85 non-members

THIS FREE PROGRAM WILL TAKE PLACE VIRTUALLY VIA ZOOM. SPACE IS LIMITED.

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Museum From Home
 
Now more than ever, we're striving to provide you with inspiration, education, relaxation, and solace through art. Until we reopen to Members and visitors, we invite you to explore our Collection, virtual programs, blog, and art activities through the Museum From Home page on our website. Here's a sample of our latest virtual offerings:

Work of the Week: Take a moment to peek inside a "Trovascope" through the video created by Julia Quigley, spring 2020 digital storytelling intern, and follow the Falling Man as he collapses, plunges, and tumbles through layers of space and his own form.

Art Kits for Kids: Thanks to your generous donations, we've almost reached our goal to provide 1600 art kits for Asheville City Schools students! Learn how you can help here.

#MakerMonday: Cut, glue, place, repeat! Learn about collage through the work of three female artists, then make your own collage with our step-by-step guidelines. Look for a new art activity posted this Monday.

Reopening Survey: Get the latest update from Executive Director Pamela Myers, and give us your feedback and suggestions for the Museum's reopening by filling out a brief survey here.

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