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Camp Kala Online • Photo Play: Zines • Ages 5-10

How do you see the world? In this interdisciplinary workshop, you’ll learn the basics of photography using digital cameras or smartphones, engage in low-tech editing, and produce a mini-zine of your own work. Working individually and collaboratively, you’ll experiment with perspective, shadows, shapes, and storytelling, inspired by the mysteries and playfulness of our world.  Students will need a digital camera and/or smartphone with a camera, and access to a computer for photo editing preferred.

Tuition includes art supplies that can be picked up curbside at Kala or shipped to you for an additional fee. Classes are twice a day from 10 – 11:30 am and 1- 2:30 pm with a break in between to enjoy lunch and free time.  

$294 (includes art materials)
Member price $264.40

Ages 5 – 10

  • Tuition: $294
  • Location: Online
  • Instructor: Beatriz Escobar
  • 4 Classes
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, June 29, 2020 — July 2, 2020
  • 10:00 AM — 2:30 PM
  • Materials fee included with tuition


About the Instructor:

Beatriz Escobar is an artist and educator working primarily with participatory art projects, installation and photography. Beatriz believes that art can free our imaginations and offer inspiration for us to shape the world we want to live in. Beatriz is originally from Brazil and is now based in the Bay Area, where she received her MFA in Social Practice from California College of the Arts. She has been a photography mentor to youth with First Exposures since 2014, a member of the Dia de los Muertos Committee at the Oakland Museum of California since 2017 and a Program Associate at Destiny Arts Center since 2019. She is the co-founder of Emergent Landscapes, a platform for POC artists to present live work in natural landscapes. Beatriz has received the Impact Awards 2017 for her project Amazonas Riverine Program and an Alternative Exposure Grant from Southern Exposure for Emergent Landscapes. She was a 2017-2018 Creative Dissent Fellow at YBCA and is currently an Affiliate Artist at Headlands Center for the Arts.