Digital Photography: Beyond the Snapshot
Week 3: July 21-27, 2019
There is still space available in this program.
No matter your skills, no matter your subject, this class will help advance your photography to the next level. Join Jennifer Gioffre and David Todd from the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, for a week exploring the major themes of portraiture, landscape, still life, and abstraction.
Each day will begin with an in-depth lecture highlighting compositional techniques used to create the most successful photographs in history. Freshly inspired, we'll pick up our cameras and practice our craft in a variety of locations across campus, both indoors and out. Technical exercises and on-the-fly personal instruction will answer any question you've ever wanted to ask a professional photographer. We'll complete the week by sharing our final print exhibition with the entire CAU community.
Materials fee: $45.
Jennifer Gioffre is the Art and Photography Studio manager in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning where she guides students through their discovery of the darkroom and photographic technology. She has completed extensive research combining digital and nineteenth-century photographic... > more
David Todd is a conceptual artist engaged in redefining photography today. He has been both a visiting scholar, as well as the Advanced Digital Media lab coordinator in Cornell’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning. His interest in photography as... > more
Once you've registered, we'll send you materials on the academic program and other information to help you prepare for CAU. A $50 per person, per class, non-refundable deposit is required with your registration. All deposits are applied to the full program charges. Register now!
For adults staying on campus, the program fee (per adult, per week) includes the course, lodging, fifteen all-you-care-to-eat meals, banquet dinner, coffee breaks, hospitality hours, evening lectures, walks and talks, welcome and farewell receptions, conference-lot parking fees, and use of most of Cornell’s campus facilities. Some courses have additional fees as noted. Wednesday dinner is on your own. Some campus facilities, such as the golf course, also charge specific user fees.
Standard room, on-campus housing, and meals
$1,970 double occupancy, $100 single supplement
Standard room, on-campus housing with exclusive bath, and meals
$2,030 double occupancy, $150 single supplement
Course fee for commuters and those staying at Hilton Homewood Suites
$1,285. This fee does not include housing or meals. If you wish to stay at Hilton Homewood Suites, please call 607.266.0000 to make a reservation in the CAU block.
Commuter meal plan option
$327. Most CAUers staying at Hilton Homewood Suites select our meal plan for the week in order to enjoy the full CAU experience. It includes six breakfasts, five lunches, and four dinners.