What is the Future Imagemakers Workshop?
About the Program
The Future Imagemakers Workshop is a free high school program in which students photograph their families, friends, and communities to create photographic essays exploring their day-to-day lives, dreams, concerns, and challenges. The workshop runs for 14 Saturdays during the spring semester.
A Future Imagemaker is someone who makes images, and creates visual content for paper or screen-based media in a variety of contexts, including art, journalism, documentary, fashion or other. The field of photography and imaging has expanded as our visual world has expanded. If you find yourself drawn to telling stories capturing people, events, and other visual aspects of life through the lens, you may be a Future Imagemaker.
Digital cameras and all supplies are provided. To see past student work and for more information, please visit www.futureimagemakers.photoandimaging.net.
Photo by Dylan Kenseth
The spring 2018 application is now open!
Application Deadline: Monday, November 27, 2017 at 5:00pm ET.
The program meets on Saturdays in the spring. Exact dates are to be announced.
Join us on Saturday, September 23, 2017 for the Future Artists Open House. More details will be announced soon!
More dates and deadlines are available on the Tisch Special Programs Admissions Calendar.
HOW TO APPLY
Please read through the Spring Future Artists Program Requirements Page to learn how to apply.
If you have questions about the program or the application, please contact the Department of Photography & Imaging at 212.998.1930 or firstname.lastname@example.org.