Color and Its Origins: A 3-Week Course for the Advanced Spanish Speaker Starts in May


Education
Penobscot Language School
28 Gay Street, Rockland
Joan LeMole, Executive Director
joan@penobscot.us
(207) 594-1084
penobscot.us

Penobscot Language School in Rockland will offer Color and Its Origins, a three-week class for the advanced Spanish speaker from 5-7 p.m. on three consecutive Wednesdays beginning May 9th.

Participants will study the emergence of color in photography from the earliest attempts to use color to capture reality more precisely to the arrival of color negatives and laboratories. Sweeping in scope, the course will include the works of Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, Albert-Kahn, Harry Gruyaert, Joel Meyerowitz, William Eggleston, Carlos Pérez Siquier, and other   photographers ranging from the early pioneers to the 21st century.

Instructor Joellenne (Jo) Silver is originally from Puerto Rico, holds a masters degree in film direction from Spain, and has taught photography workshops in Barcelona and has worked at Maine Media Workshops.

For more information and to register at $115 per person, visit Language Classes/Spanish at penobscot.us or call 594-1084.