Selma, AL, November 10, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The Black Belt Community Foundation in partnership with the Alabama State Council on the Arts will continue its capacity building workshop series, with a special “Photography 101 Workshop” open and free for up to 25 participants on a first come, first served basis on December 2, 2017 in Selma at Wallace State Community College’s Hank Sanders Technology Center building.
This workshop will feature visiting photography expert and professional photographer, Tanisha Stephens. Stephens is an international portrait and wedding photographer based in Opelika, Alabama. Her studio, Intown Imagery, is a boutique-style portrait studio offering personalized sessions to clients of all ages. She is a graduate of the prestigious Hallmark Institute of Photography and has more than 20 years of photography experience. Ms. Stephens will be conducting the workshop and has developed a special, hands-on curriculum for the day. She a four year history of working with the BBCF beginning in 2013 with her work documenting the BBCF Summer Legacy Camp at Auburn University.
The workshop is free and open to the public and all interested are encouraged to attend; however, due to space and resources limitations, the registration must be limited to the first 25 applicants.
· Interested participants must register via Eventbrite.com online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-belt-community-foundation-workshop-photography-101-registration-39488911397?aff=es2 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 334-874-1126.
BBCF President Felecia Lucky states, “We are excited to continue our effective capacity building workshop series with this special photography workshop. Whether documenting our communities, updating our organization’s website, newsletter or Facebook page or trying to develop additional professional skills in the workplace, mastering basic, skilled knowledge of photography in the digital age is increasingly important. We are so happy that Tanisha Stephens, a professional photographer who has worked much in the Black Belt, can share her expertise to benefit our participants. This type of skills building event is only possible through the ongoing support from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.”
Event Details: Saturday, December 2nd, 9am -3pm. Walace State Community College (Downtown Selma, AL Campus) Hank Sanders Technology Center Building. (Continental breakfast and lunch provided).
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