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Camp Kala Wk 6 • Documentary • Ages 12-17 • July 30-Aug 3

What does it look like to document our world/s through an artist’s lens? Students will examine the work of artists who document different aspects of the world, and use their work to spark a conversation about nature, society, history, and personal experience. Media will include photography, stop-motion animation, bookmaking, illustration, painting, and mixed-media. All equipment provided. No experience necessary.

Flash Sale Discount through July 1  $350
Member price $355.50

Ages 12-17

  • Tuition: $395
  • Location: Kala Gallery and Classroom
  • Instructor: Ginny Geoghegan
  • 5 Classes
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, July 30, 2018 — August 3, 2018
  • 10:00AM — 4:00PM


About the Instructor:

Ginny Geoghegan is an art educator living and working in the North Bay. As an art teacher at Tomales High School, she teaches courses in both 2- and 3-D media as well as digital photography and graphic design.  Her approach to curriculum and instruction is based on Project Zero’s Studio Habits of Mind and the idea that process is as important as product. Ginny is an advocate for access to quality arts education for every child; in a recent listening campaign with Story for All, Ginny facilitated students’ and colleagues’ interviews around the importance of the arts in our society. Ginny received her teaching credential and MA in Education from Mills Collage, and led small educator-inquiry groups with the Mills Teacher Scholars for 4 years. She believes that taking an inquiry stance is fundamental to the artistic process as well as the acts of teaching and learning. Check out her blog, ArtHeart, at her website Ginnytremblay.com.