Annie Leibovitz, photographer

Discussion: April 21, 2021 | 6:30pm

Facilitator: Madison Hager, Curator of Art

Program Partner: Center for Visual Arts

What you'll learn and discuss

“Don’t be afraid to be obsessed…Find a way to tell a story that means something to you.” -Annie Leibovitz

In her first-ever online class, award-winning photographer Annie Leibovitz teaches her process for working with light, creating concepts, and finding your point of view as an artist. Through case studies and on-site lessons with Annie during a magazine shoot, you’ll learn her photography techniques and be inspired to try new ways of approaching your craft.

Then join Madison Hager, Curator of Art from the Center for the Visual Arts in a lively discussion about incorporating these concepts into your work and daily life. Leave your self-judgment and fear behind—the world is waiting for your art.


Watch the class on your own time, and then join Madison Hager on April 21st at 6:30pm for the virtual discussion.

The discussion will take place via Zoom. The meeting link will be emailed to you prior to the discussion.

Register Now

Registration for the discussion is $15 per person.
Your access information will be sent to you within 48 business hours.

*Must be 18 years or older to register.

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