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Figures, Forms, and Faces: A Photography Workshop with Don Claude Eshun

  • Saturday, April 13, 2024
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 157 Old Main Street Marshfield Hills
  • 11



In collaboration with the Focus on Figures exhibition, this workshop will center around the art of making images, learn how to effectively compose an image within a frame, and discover the significance of listening to your inner intuition. Join us for an engaging and interactive experience that will enhance your understanding and skills in visual storytelling. Let’s delve into the world of picture-making and community building. The first half Don Claude will have students take turns posing for one another or setting up their object of choice. With the second half, students focus on post-processing with what we made as a group vs individually. File management to creatively adjusting your image leading to a physical object. If there’s time left we will have a discussion on the experience. Don Claude will also provide a professional printer for students to take home a physical copy of their work. Price includes photo quality printer paper and (atleast) one print for students to take home.

Materials List:

  • Digital camera
  • Laptop with Adobe Creative suite
  • SSD drive
  • Tripod

About the Instructor: Don Claude Eshun 

Claude is an educator for the Photography courses at Harvard University. He received his MFA degree in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2022. His work is currently exhibited at the Worcester Art Museum. He was in the Harvard Art Museum, Beacon Street Gallery, and The White Room. He was shortlisted for the 11th Kassel Dummy Award back in 2020 leading to his zine publication dromo, an annual zine publication to share narratives of the black experience. In his practice, he reflects on and reimagines scenes from his own history: He sees images from Ghana and Italy and more recently from America. By assembling photographs -- found, collected, and made -- Claude explores his multiple pasts and possibilities for the future.

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781 837 8091

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