CHICAGO:Lecture and WorkshopMarch 18-19

Chicago is host to two great opportunities to be with Art Wolfe this weekend.

First, come hear and see Art’s presentation, Between Heaven And Earth. This is a free event, but registration is required.  Find out more and register at Chicago Photo Safaris. This is on March 18th, 6-7:30pm.  This should get your creative juices flowing, as you are sure to want to sign up for the workshop the following day.

Second, is his Art of Composition seminar in the Chicago suburb of Elgin. Experience the unexpected at this weekend’s workshop.  There are still a few seats left for this one day lecture on Saturday, March 19th.

>>Register now for the workshop!

What people are saying about Art’s seminars and workshops:

Tara Hawkins: This class has opened my heart and soul and eyes to seeing in more aware passionate ways….thank you Art! I’m still trying to soak in all of the incredible energy and new ways of thinking about my camera and how I can use it as an artist’s tool….thank you Art for pouring your heart and soul into what you do and sharing yourself with us lucky folk!

Laurie Rubin Shupp: You are such an inspiration. This morning when I went out shooting, I kept hearing your words of wisdom on what makes a good photo. Thank you so much!

Lori Grimmett: … the art of adding motion (and in a sense, life) to our images is priceless. Thank you for sharing so many great tips and ideas, but above all for inspiring us all and getting those creative juices running again. I can’t thank you enough.

Jessica Marketta: What a great experience I had at this workshop!! Not only did I learn a tremendous amount about composition and forming a beautiful image, but it was so much fun! Meeting Art was fantastic!!!! Still on cloud 9.

One Response to “CHICAGO:Lecture and WorkshopMarch 18-19”

  1. gil feliciano says:

    Friday’s lecture was the first photography lecture I’ve been to. Art was funny, insightful, gracious and seems like a wonderful human being. Lecture was on Himalayas. Was struck by the transcendent element in the photos; specifically, their power and mystery. A special thanks to Canon for making it possible.

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