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Photography: From Intuition to Editing with Marilyn Montufar (Online)
Expand your capacity to envision, create, edit and share photographs in this day-long Zoom workshop.
Marilyn Montufar will guide students and expand their visual language while building editing skills and exploring the many features of Snapseed, a free application. Designed for students who have basic photo experience and are interested in leveling up their image-making skills. Smartphones may be used for this workshop.
Workshop led by Marilyn Montufar, whose work is currently featured in the group exhibition Breathe.
ABOUT MARILYN MONTUFAR
Marilyn Montufar is a fine art photographer, educator, and activist with ten years of research, production, teaching, and exhibition experience locally, nationally, and internationally. Her work amplifies stories about underrepresented communities through the arts – youth, migrants, women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ communities. She received a BFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, New York. Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Centro de Investigaciones Artísticas Gerónimo Baqueiro Fóster, Mérida, Mexico (2019), Gallery
550 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Parking is available and free to our visitors.
BIMA is located in the Island Gateway complex which has accessible parking spaces on Ravine Lane. There is a flat surface entering the courtyard, which leads into the museum. Parking is alsoView more
BIMA is located in the Island Gateway complex which has accessible parking spaces on Ravine Lane. There is a flat surface entering the courtyard, which leads into the museum. Parking is also available in the underground garage. Take the elevator to First Floor Rear (1R) during museum hours for access through the Community Gallery to the Auditorium, Bistro and Museum.
All of the Museum is accessible by ramps and elevators. If someone in your party needs a wheelchair to enjoy the museum, please ask to borrow a loaner one at the reception desk.View less