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Susan Weil and José Betancourt, Leaf Hands, 2007, cyanotype and collage on paper mounted on Plexiglas, 78 × 71 inches. Black Mountain College Collection, 2009 Collectors' Circle purchase, 2009.37.29. © Susan Weil and José Betancourt.

*FULL* Exploring Photography (Grades 6–8)

Monday, July 6, 2020 | 10:00 am
Friday, July 10, 2020 | 12:00 pm
$85 Museum Members, $95 non-members

This session is full. To add your name to our waiting list, email Sharon McRorie, education programs manager, or call 828.253.3227 x124.

Week 3 | July 6–10 | Daily virtual class time: 10am (up to 120 minutes)

Explore a variety of photographic processes, from old to new, handmade and digital! Students use the Museum’s Collection as inspiration for their own creativity. Digital camera required (smartphone cameras are OK).

Students need:

  • Digital camera (e.g. digital SLR, point-and-shoot, or smartphone)
  • Access to a device with an Internet connection (e.g. desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone); webcam for class meetings optional
  • Email (to send photos to instructor)


  • Tripod

Summer Art Camp To Go!

Join us for Summer Art Camp To Go! Sessions are available for K–12 students. Each weekly session includes several age-appropriate art projects using a variety of materials to engage students in an exploration of art through creativity and imagination. Enrollment is limited, and registration is required. Registration includes instructional videos for each project, art materials, and daily virtual classes. Virtual classes—beginning at 10am via Zoom—include time for inspiration, Q&A, and sharing. Streaming instructional videos and creative challenges are designed to provide hours of creative engagement at your own pace each day. All art materials necessary for each session are available for curbside pickup at the Museum the week before each session begins; if you prefer to ship materials to your home, then two weeks' advance registration is required. For more information, email Sharon McRorie, education programs manager, or call 828.253.3227 x124.
Asheville Art Museum