Teen Academy - Looking Inward

Course Code: 21FTAPV011

Dates: October 10 - December 19, 2021

Meets: Su from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM ET

Location: Online Zoom Classroom

Fall Tuition: $780

In this all levels digital photography course, teens will learn a variety of photographic techniques to turn their focus inward. Inspired by ICP’s upcoming exhibition, INWARD: Reflections on Interiority, curated by Dr. Isolde Brielmaier, ICP’s curator-at-large, students will examine the more intimate interactions and thoughts that make up their own daily experiences, investigate representation in visual culture, and ask the questions, who gets to tell our stories, who gets to see our truths? The class includes visual presentations, group critiques, photographic and writing exercises, a virtual trip to ICP’s exhibition, and a guest curator visit with Isolde. All classes culminate with a presentation of photographic projects and writings shared with family and friends.

Need-based scholarships are available for all Teen Academy classes. To apply please visit: icp.org/teens.

Note: In order to participate, students will need access to a smartphone, DSLR or mirrorless camera, or digital point-and-shoot camera to complete assignments. Students receiving a scholarship will be provided with access to the necessary software to complete the course.

Courses are subject to minimum enrollment. Please register early, within five days of the start-date, to reduce the likelihood of course cancellation and to ensure you receive all course-related materials in time to prepare for class.

Fee: $780.00
Hours:30.00

Online Zoom Classroom

Rox Campbell

Rox Campbell is a documentary artist and educator based in Brooklyn, New York and born in Kingston, Jamaica. Their practice is a combination of photography and experimental video focused on the ways in which representations of Black people contribute to the dehumanization and violence against Black bodies within their own communities and society at large. Campbell explores how counter-framing, reimagining, or altering existing representations can also alter the perception of Black bodies. Their work has been shown in galleries, public exhibitions, and conferences including the Penn Museum, The Power Plant Gallery, and the South African National Gallery. They have taught photography and lectured about visual culture at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Guildford College, and the Delaware Art Museum to name a few. Campbell earned an MFA from Duke University in Experimental and Documentary Arts and a BA in Studio Art from the University of Virginia.
Date Day Time Location
10/10/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
10/17/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
10/24/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
10/31/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
11/07/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
11/14/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
11/21/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
12/05/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
12/12/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom
12/19/2021Sunday11 AM to 2 PM Online Zoom Classroom

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