This calendar shows all the class dates, including those multi-week classes already in session as well as student exhibition dates and holiday closings.
To view upcoming classes arranged chronologically by start date, click here.
In three hours, we’ll show you how to take a 35mm black-and-white film negative and print it using an enlarger and traditional chemistry. You’ll learn how to make test strips, contact prints, enlargement prints and how to properly develop, fix, wash and dry your print.
Join us for an action-packed day of analog film photography. Using traditional film cameras, we’ll shoot, develop, contact and print—walking you through the entire process of classic darkroom photography. Take home your own silver-based prints that you create from start to finish!
When darkness falls, you don’t have to put your camera away and go home. In fact, some of our favorite artists have exploited the otherwordly look of night photography and so can you. In this Field Guide, you’ll make fast friends with your tripod and the B (bulb) setting on your camera, pushing your idea of “available light” to its limits.