April 2 @ 10:00 - 13:00£50
During the workshop, you will explore the process and approach of making analogue photographs – responding to your own locality, Wakefield.
The day will begin at 10am with a group meet up at The Art House café, where you will have the opportunity to hear from your tutor about their practice and their creative process. You will spend the first hour gaining inspiration from The Art House’s growing photobook library, in conversation with your tutor, before beginning the photowalk at 11am.
During the photowalk, you will have the opportunity to seek technical and creative guidance from your tutor, taking advantage of a workshop which is centred around a guided approach to making photographs and responding to the world around you, photographically.
You will be offered a 35mm camera (unless you prefer to use your own) and given one roll of 35mm film which you will have finished by the end of the photowalk. The roll will then be brought back to The Art House, where we will post to our friends at The Photo Parlour for processing and scanning.
The following week, you will receive the negatives, from your processed roll of film, along with high resolution scans.
Daniel T Wheeler
Daniel T Wheeler’s work mainly springs from emotional relationships with people, the landscape and the history of areas in which he works. The necessity to socially engage with his subjects is at the root of his work. Often this means that Daniel will engrain himself within communities and develop a spiritual, historical and cultural understanding of the areas in which he makes pictures. The tactile nature of his work radiates this approach and produces distinctive and emotive images.
He currently works as a lecturer at Nottingham Trent University and DeMontfort University as well as running the lab and supporting the photographic community at The Photo Parlour, Nottingham and The Art House, Wakefield.
Who is the Workshop for?
This is ideal for beginners in analogue photography, or ideal for those you wish to gain some further inspiration for their creative practice. No need to have any previous experience.
Do I Need to Bring Anything?
Students are not required to bring anything. The Art House have 35mm cameras available for this workshop and an inspiring selection of photobooks, however, should you choose to work with your own camera please do feel free to bring your own.
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Terms and Conditions
Workshop and course bookings can be cancelled and refunded up until 7 days before the scheduled start date. Our workshops support the work we do as a charity, and because materials and equipment are ordered in advance, we regret that refunds cannot be offered less than 7 days before the workshop date. Please note that Eventbrite’s booking fee is non-refundable.
Bookings cannot be transferred between courses however bookings can be transferred to another person in the event that you are unable to attend on the day.
In the event that The Art House needs to cancel a workshop for any reason, for example due to tutor illness or if lockdown measures are put back in place your ticket will be refunded in full.