THIS CLASS IS NOW PAST
ONLINE MASTERCLASS WITH MARK MCKNIGHT
“RHYME, REPETITION, AND RHYTHM: PHOTOGRAPHY AND POETRY”
FRI. MARCH 19 – SUN. MARCH 21, 2021
Following an instructor lecture and assigned readings, students will spend several days in an in-depth workshop that supports a re-examination of their work through the lens of poetry. Students will probe the use of visual rhyme, repetition, and rhythm as a means of manufacturing meaning through the photographic sequence. In addition, the course will explore the poetic potential of scale, titles, and text + image to transform their work in gallery and book formats.
SCHEDULE: Meets online on the following days and times:
Friday, March 19, 8-11am (Los Angeles), 11am-2pm (New York), 4-7pm (London)
Saturday, March 20, 8am-2pm (Los Angeles), 11am-5pm (New York), 4-10pm (London)
Sunday, March 21, 8am-2pm (Los Angeles), 11am-5pm (New York), 4-10pm (London)
A list of materials to prepare, upload portfolio page links & Zoom classroom logins will be provided a week before the start of class.
Cover image: © Mark McKnight, …if water forgets how to play mirror, 2018, from the series Decreation (32 x 40 in. gelatin silver print)
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Photo by Ian Byers-Gamber