Photography Workshop with Natalie Christensen
Saturday 30 March | 11am – 3pm | Bryant Room | Booking required | £30 | Ages 18 +
Have some fun and try your hand at minimalist architecture and street photography with Royal Photographic Society's International Photography Exhibition IPE 161 exhibiting artist Natalie Christensen. This workshop day will explore Natalie’s practice with a chance to take your own photographs and get feedback. The day will start with a talk about Natalie’s practice and a tour of the exhibition to see Natalie’s work. After the gallery visit Natalie will lead a photowalk around Cannon Hill Park and support you to take photographs in her style. After the photowalk, Natalie will give feedback about your images made during the walk.
After the feedback session there is an option to join the launch event for the Royal Photographic Society's International Photography Exhibition IPE 161.
Bring along your camera, a tripod if you have one and appropriate clothing for going outside.
Natalie Christensen is a photographer based in Santa Fe, New Mexico and has shown work in the U.S. and internationally including London, Dusseldorf, New York and Los Angeles. She was one of five invited photographers for the exhibition The National 2018: Best of Contemporary Photography at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and has recently been named one of "Ten Photographers to Watch" by the Los Angeles Center of Digital Art.
Her photographs are in the permanent collections of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and the University of Texas at Tyler. In addition to pursuing her interests in art and design, Natalie has worked as a psychotherapist for over 25 years and has been particularly influenced by the work of depth psychologist Carl Jung. This influence is evidenced in her photographs, as shadows and psychological metaphors are favored subjects.
Image: A Good Day © Natalie Christensen. Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2017, from the series New Mexico Deconstructed