"The Magic of Black & White Photography" with David J. Spear
June 5 - 10, 2022, 2022
Registration Deadline: May 5, 2022
(does not include food & lodging)
Save up to 25% off tuition with a combination of any 2 of the following discounts:
Early Bird Discount:
An early registration by
MAY 15, 2022
Qualifies for a 10% discount on your workshop tuition.
Back to Back Discount:
Register and attend two classes consecutively and receive one night of your B&B stay FREE! Also receive a 10% discount off the second weeks tuition
Bring a Friend Discount:
15% off available when you both sign up for the same workshop.
"The Magic of Black & White Photography"
Come and celebrate a week working in the world of black & white photography!
This class is open to anyone and at any level. We will explore the camera and work with a variety of subjects. Included will be film exposure, processing and printing in the Formulary’s spacious darkroom where we’ll also share some of the magic of this art form. Students in addition to their gained experience will leave with a new portfolio of work. Film cameras will be provided for use during the workshop or bring your own.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
David J. Spear photographer and educator lives and works in Montana. His work has been shown in Europe and throughout the United States and published in the New York Times Magazine, German Geo, Columbia Journalism Review, Granta, and Ode Magazines. In 2012 and 2000 he received the Howard Chapnik Grant for the Advancement of Photojournalism, in 2004 a Puffin Foundation grant.
His work has been shown in Montana at the Holter Museum of Art, the Missoula Art Museum, Zootown Arts Community Center, and Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art. His photographs have been collected by Montana Museum of Art and Culture and the Missoula Art Museum. He is the author of the monograph Gas Smells But Not Like Skunks. David has and continues to teach photography in a variety of academic, community and workshop settings.