Developing Your Personal Vision

Developing Your Personal Vision

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Developing Your Personal Vision
with Jessie Paige

Saturday February 22nd, March 15, April 19th, and May 24th, 2014
Meets 1:00 -4:00 PM
Location: CPAC Gallery

Tuition: $150.00
(Member Discount Available)

Online registration is closed for this workshop – please call the Center at 303-837-1341 for more information 


**Only one space remains in this workshop!


Developing Your Personal Vision is a 4-month workshop that is designed to recognize and bring out the expression and individual voice of the students. Over the course of 4 months, students will be provided with both the time and guidance that will foster a solid body of work. The workshop consists of 4 Saturday workshops where the students will participate in a series of critiques and exercises that incorporate dialogue, writing and photography that will provide them with “hands on help”, guidance through both group discussions and one-on-one discussions with the instructor, all of which will focus on developing their own visual voice. In conjunction with the day workshops, the 4-month time frame is designed to allow students the time to photograph and develop their work at their leisure outside of class, so they can gain valuable feedback when the workshop meets. At the end of the workshop, the students will have been guided through producing a personal portfolio of new work and gain deeper insight into their own personal vision and expression.


Paige Q&Q Instructor — Jessie Paige
Jessie Paige’s large-scale black and white photographs investigate the human condition through her relationship with the landscape, family and home. Paige earned her MFA in Studio Arts/Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute and her BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art & Design where she was also the recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award in Photography. Paige has exhibited her work nationally and recently was a Visiting Artist at Wichita State University. Paige lives with her family in Denver, Colorado where she teaches art at the University of Colorado-Denver and the University of Denver and also serves on the Advisory Board for the Colorado Photographic Arts Center.