Woodstock, New York is a cultural landmark for a variety of reasons; the most apparent is the festival by the same name that took place there in 1969; but another crucial, contemporary, organization has lived there since 1977: The Center for Photography at Woodstock. This nonprofit is dedicated to fostering photography and photographers through classes, fellowships, residencies, and countless opportunities to explore what photography and other creative media can offer us in the year 2012. The staff at The Center is all-star, with degrees and experience needed to help budding artists. Our own Dave Anderson will be leading a video making workshop, The DSLR Video Frontier: Multimedia Storytelling Beyond the Basics, at The Center this summer over the weekend of July 13-15. Just like the creatives that work and live in Woodstock, Dave is ready to explore new techniques and technologies capable of changing the way video is taken —he may even explore shooting with the iPhone with his class. See the whole class schedule for this summer, and don’t be afraid to sign up!
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