Documentary Photography Teen Intensive
Students Ages: 14-17
Teacher: Krystal Koop
BIMPRD Activity Number: Coming soon!
Change the world using your camera! Teens with an interest in art, storytelling, and social justice will dive into this weekly afternoon workshop exploring the art of documentary photography. Course will include technical instruction in composition and basic editing, as well as support for creative development of a documentary photo series of your own over several weeks. Students are asked to bring their own device (smartphone or digital camera).
This camp session will be held in-person at BIMA. Camp and BIMA staff will ensure that Kitsap County and BIMPRD health and safety guidelines are followed throughout the camp week, and a list of guidelines and procedures will be sent to families in advance of camp.
How to Register
Registration opens Wednesday, May 5!
All registrations for BIMA summer camps will take place through Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and Recreation District starting Wednesday, May 5.
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art and the Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and Recreation District partner with Helpline House to make participation in our summer camps and teen intensives accessible to Island residents with limited resources. Full fee waivers are available for qualified families and individuals. To apply, contact Helpline House at 206-842-7621.