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The Craft of Composition through Bauhaus Lenses
A PH21 Academy workshop with Borbála Jász

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Join our workshop to learn about composition in photography. If you aspire to consistently utilize compositional and formative elements akin to classical grandmasters, such as László Moholy-Nagy, come and explore the realm of the Bauhaus through a PH21 Academy workshop. Whether you're an emerging photographer or a seasoned professional, this workshop offers an enriching experience to take your composing skills to new heights!

The iconic Bauhaus school of the 20th-century modernist movement needs no introduction. Its pedagogical model is still employed in art and design education to this day. It revitalised interdisciplinary thinking in the fields of arts, and last but not least, its method of composition construction remains an essential foundation of creativity in photography and other visual arts.

 

In this workshop, we examine the participants’ works from the perspective of how they utilise artistic compositional aspects and form-creating factors in their photography. Naturally, previously created individual images and photography series can also be explored for further creative development. Participants learn from emblematic texts and the visual content of the Bauhaus, as well as through critical discussions of their own work and the work of others.

 

Key Workshop Highlights:

  • Exploring the visual and intellectual legacy of the Bauhaus

  • Creative composition techniques

  • Receiving personalized feedback on your photographs

  • Incorporating Bauhaus methods into contemporary creative photography

  • Exploring diverse genres and expanding creative boundaries

  • Crafting an artist statement

  • Q&A sessions to address your individual questions

  • Enhancing textual and visual skills

 

Workshop Details:

  • Limited number of participants: To ensure personalized attention, we can accept a maximum of 12 participants on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Duration: 4.5 hours (3x1.5 hours)

  • Dates: May 4, 11, 18, 2024 (Saturdays), 5:00 – 6:30 pm, CET, Europe / 11:00 – 12:30 pm, EST, USA​​

  • Workshop with Borbála Jász

  • Format: Online (accessible from anywhere): Zoom Video Conferencing software (available for free from Zoom.com) will be used to facilitate the class sessions.

  • Language: English

 

Tuition​:

  • Regular workshop tuition: €190.00

  • Special workshop tuition: €120.00

  • The special rate is for students, unwaged individuals, and applicants from low-income economies. Please do not inquire about your eligibility or provide any proof, as we trust your judgement. The special rate is simply for people who, for the reasons indicated, would have difficulties paying the regular fee.

  • Full refund until March 15, 2024.

  • 50% refund until April 1, 2024.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to elevate your photography portfolio and gain valuable insights from a curator of numerous international group and solo photography exhibitions. Reserve your spot now to secure a place among a select group of passionate photographers.

Please use PayPal to pay your tuition fee and reserve your spot. We can only accept payments via PayPal at the moment.

Instructor: Borbála Jász

 

Borbála Jász is a curator, art historian, philosopher of art, and educator. She has served as the vice-director and curator at PH21 Gallery of many years, providing international exhibition and career opportunities to photographers worldwide. Borbála earned her PhD in Philosophy and Art History from Eötvös Loránd University. As an art historian, Borbála is especially perceptive to the cultural and historical context, significance, and interconnectedness of photographic images. She also has first-hand experience with the artistic, legal, and practical aspects of collections, having worked extensively with collectors.

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