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Barbi Reed
Youth & Families, Teens

YOUTH CLASS: The Emotional Landscape

Photography with Barbi Reed (FOR KIDS IN GRADES 6–8)

Monday, August 3, 2020 - 9:00 AM

Students entering 6th-8th grades will investigate landscape photography and be encouraged to capture an image that embodies the experience of seeing with an informed eye.
 
On the first day, (Aug 3, 9am–12pm) a visit to Hillside Grain in Bellevue will offer an opportunity to photograph, via a smart phone, fields of grain and the stone mill that produces flour. On the second day, (Aug, 1–4pm) students will be given a tour of the SVMoA’s exhibition, From The Colour of its Bloom: The Camas Prairie and participate in a positive critique of their images.

This workshop takes place on Mon, Aug 3 from 9am–12pm at the Hillside Grain in Bellevue, & Tue, Aug 4 from 1–4pm at The Museum.


Supplies students need to bring:

Day One
  • Smart Phone
  • Face Mask
  • Snack
  • Water Bottle
  • Hat
  • Sun Screen
  • Bug Spray
  • Closed-toe Shoes
Day Two
  • Face Mask
  • Water Bottle
  • Smart Phone

About the instructor:
Barbi Reed has photographed the world around her since she was 8. With assignments in Tibet, Africa, Haiti and elsewhere, her images have appeared in numerous national and international publications, books and on gallery walls. “A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels…” —Ansel Adams
About the location:

Hillside Grain blends modern science and old-world stone milling to produce flour from grains grown adjacent to the mill. Our practices in the field include improving soil health, crop diversity, water conservation, while in the mill we work to produce healthy, high quality, unadulterated, fresh flour. (171 Pero Road, Bellevue)

Transportation to each workshop site needs to be arranged independently.

A BIG IDEA project of Sun Valley Museum of Art

Part of the BIG IDEA project From The Colour of Its Bloom: Camas Prairie.
Ticket Prices

$65 member / $75 non­member