June 8 – August 1, 2023
TILT Institute Project Space (Hallway)
Free To The Public
Teen Photo is a free, comprehensive photography after-school program focused on visual literacy and studio/street photography. Each participant learns the basics of photography and photoshop, builds a creative body of work, and creates their own photo book.
The program is open to artists of all levels and mediums, and the curriculum spans from novice to college prep. Students are provided with cameras and access to a state of the art photo lab complete with editing software, lighting equipment, printers, and scanners for the duration of the program.
Teen Photo promotes critical thinking about pertinent social issues and fosters a sense of community amongst the cohort. Through their engagement with their peers, students experience diverse viewpoints that help shape how they create images within an evolving global society.
Support for our Teen Photo Program is provided by The Honickman Foundation, Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation, Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation, Forman Family Fund, Marrazzo Family Foundation, Philip and Edith Leonian Foundation, Pincus Family Foundation, Ronald Kassis, Sheila Fortune Foundation, and The David A. Cook Memorial Fund.