- Masterclasses & Workshops
Translating the magic of an artwork or exhibition into documentation isn’t an easy task. Led by professional artwork photographer and educator Chris Bowes, you’ll cover the techniques of capturing an artwork in its best light for use in catalogues, funding applications or websites, as well as how to photograph art in an exhibition context—all using your smartphone.
This workshop is suitable for beginners and has a capacity of 10 participants.
At the end of this workshop, students will understand:
Chris Bowes is a photographer, artist and educator based in Naarm (Melbourne). His art incorporates elements of photography, video and installation, exploring the material properties of image-based systems by dissecting and manipulating them in unusual ways. Outside of his arts practice, Chris works as a lecturer in the photography department at RMIT University, and runs his own photography studio, gallery and educational space called Kindred Cameras. The aim of Kindred Cameras is to provide an affordable space for image makers to create and share their work, and teach the wider public about the magic of photography and video.
McCain Annexe, Art Gallery of Ballarat