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Norwich Art School offers film photography class

Published February 13. 2013 6:00PM   Updated February 13. 2013 6:21PM

Norwich – An adult evening traditional photography class will be offered for 10 weeks on Wednesday evenings starting Feb. 27 by Norwich Art School instructor Duncan Bailey.

The classes will run from Feb. 27 through May 1 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at a fee of $125. Space is limited to 16 students.

The class is open to adults and high school students with an interest in 35 mm film photography and wish to hone their skills. The course will include basic principles, techniques and objectives of photography for the novice photographer, while those with a working knowledge of the craft will enjoy the access and use of the Norwich Art School’s Traditional Photography Lab facility at the Norwich Free Academy.

Participants will be encouraged to explore the realm of photography as a creative and technical endeavor. The class will meet in rooms 8239 and 8243 on the third floor of the Sidney E. Frank Center for the Visual and Performing Arts.

Applicants must have a 35 mm camera of any age or type, in good working condition. Necessary supplies, film, enlargement paper, sketchbooks and archival materials will be available for sale.

Registration forms are available on the NFA website, and can be mailed to: Attn: Art School, The Norwich Free Academy, 305 Broadway, Norwich, CT 06360. Enrollment will be filled upon the receipt of payment.


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