March 1-3, 2019

Photographers are constantly seeking to refine their stance and position towards their subject, and to understand the conditions of the shifting world they are portraying. Among the many questions that surface during critique, this workshop will consider one’s chosen subject matter and relationship to it. Teaching together for the first time, Mark and Irina will look closely at student work and share their own. They will offer guidance and direction, pulling from the experience of their own practice. The work of other photographers will be shown and discussed. This workshop invites students of all levels interested in developing their voice and outlook, with serious consideration towards the shaping of a body of work.

Limited to 12 students.

Left: Irina Rozovsky ; Right: Mark Steinmetz

Left: Irina Rozovsky ; Right: Mark Steinmetz


Friday March 1st, 7pm: welcome & introduction

Saturday, March 2nd 10am-4pm: critiques, lunch, critiques; 7pm artist talks & reception

Sunday, March 3rd 10am-3pm: critiques

Tuition: $400; $300 for students & recent grads

One student scholarship available. Email 5 jpegs, bio, and artist statement to to apply