** Saturday Photography Workshop at College of the Ozarks **
Breaking news, folks! StateoftheOzarks is moving the Saturday June 16th Photography Workshop to the beautiful campus of College of the Ozarks just south of Branson!
Meet us at 9:45AM at the historic Ralph Foster Museum to learn technical details, artistic concepts and visual storytelling for photographers of all skill levels and ages!
Fun assignments will be handed out, followed by a delicious lunch plus dessert at the beautiful Keeter Center: http://t.ymlp278.net/jswaiajmywaxauwuapayys/click.php
Your afternoon will include a second photography assignment and question-and-answer time in the spacious lobby of the Keeter Center. Tuition includes your full meal.
REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS SATURDAY’S WORKSHOP HERE: http://t.ymlp278.net/jsqafajmywacauwuazayys/click.php
Or by contacting me at Josh@StateoftheOzarks.net or (417) 335-1371.
Pre-registration is $55.74. Registration AT THE DOOR is $67.90 (check only).
For directions to the Ralph Foster Museum, click here: http://t.ymlp278.net/jsyakajmywazauwuaiayys/click.php
SATURDAY’s June 16th Photography Workshop Itinerary
9:45AM – Registration at the Ralph Foster Museum
10AM – Short lecture including Understanding Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO; Compact Cameras vs. SLR Cameras; Using Files Digitally; and Storytelling & Composition
11AM – Set out on your first Photography Assignment on campus
NOON – Head up the hill to the Keeter Center for a full lunch plus homemade dessert!
1:15PM – Receive your second Photography Assignment and try out your skills
2:15PM – Return to the lobby area of the Keeter Center for an informal question / answer session
at 3PM - The workshop concludes promptly
Many, many thanks to Jeanelle Ash and Annette Sain of the Ralph Foster Museum for graciously hosting StateoftheOzarks! For more information about the Ralph Foster Museum on the campus of the College of the Ozarks, click here: http://t.ymlp278.net/jusagajmywaaauwuacayys/click.php
One-Hundred & Sixty Acres & An Orchard (The Story of the College of the Ozarks)
On a high point overlooking Lake Taneycomo, and within sight of the lights of Branson, the College of the Ozarks remains dedicated to the promise of a good education gained through hard work…. http://t.ymlp278.net/juuapajmywaxauwuatayys/click.php
Set Apart: The Ralph Foster Museum
Question: What does one put into 40,000 square feet of space devoted to the Ozarks?
Answer: Pretty much everything.
The eclectic — and massive — collection ranges from the serious (such as a peek into the offices of venerable past College presidents) to the amusing (a scruffy and rather stiff albino squirrel from Marionville, Missouri)… http://t.ymlp278.net/jueadajmywanauwuavayys/click.php
Hope to see you there!
Joshua Heston, editor