Mon, February 7, 20225:00 PM - 6:30 PM
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In this dynamic workshop, Portland photographer Mike Vos will work with students to create visual narratives using photography and writing. We’ll begin by learning about photography as a form of creative exploration. Students will use digital or cell phone cameras to create collections of images for arrangement and layout. The final project will be an original zine to share with family, friends, and community.

Mon and Weds 5-6:30pm via Zoom | February 7, 9, 14, 16, 21 & 23
Optional in-person session 11am-2pm at the Bodecker Foundation 2360 NW Quimby Street | Sunday February 20th

  • Mike Vos

    Mike Vos is an artist, musician, and large format film photographer from Portland, Oregon. As a self-taught photographer, Vos has garnered many accolades for his visual storytelling, particularly his work with large format film. Vos has participated in several artist residencies across the U.S. including Vermont Studio Center, Jentel Arts in Banner, WY, The Sitka Center for Art & Ecology in Otis, OR and Caldera Arts in Sisters, OR. In 2020 he was selected among many international applicants as one of 12 laureates to be published in Canadian-based Fotofilmic’s JRNL 4 which was guest juried by Katherine Harris Pomerantz, Director of Photography for Time Magazine. @deadcitiesphoto


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2360 NW Quimby Street
Portland, OR 97210
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