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2021 On-Campus Catalog

Published by Maine Media Workshops + College, 2021-05-27 19:37:07

Description: Discover the magic of summer on campus! Join Maine Media for these 2021 on-campus workshops in photography, filmmaking, writing, book arts, design and more.

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2021 On-Campus Workshops

— THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS — LENS SPONSORS CAMERA SPONSORS LIGHTING SPONSORS PRINTING SPONSORS CAMERA SUPPORT SPONSORS WORKSHOP SPONSORS SPONSORS + EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS Maine Media Workshops + College has long enjoyed valuable relationships with many of the world's leading imaging technology manufacturers and service providers. Maine Media’s sponsors and educational partners continually provide the latest technology and training resources, enriching the school's educational programs by offering students, faculty, and staff access to the industry's best equipment, software, and training. Maine Media’s staff encourages students and alumni to join them in acknowledging the value of this generous support by purchasing from the school's growing list of sponsors.

2021 ON-CAMPUS WORKSHOPS Discover the Magic Maine Media Workshops + College is one of the longest-running workshop programs in the U.S. today, and attracts people from all over the world to its Rockport, Maine campus. We offer everything from one-week courses to a Low-Residency MFA Program. See all of our programming - online, on-campus, and beyond - on our website. We are excited to welcome you back to campus this summer! This publication presents our On-Campus Workshops for June–November of 2021. To learn more about our programming or to browse our online workshops, please visit www.mainemedia.edu. 4 PHOTOGRAPHY 24 THE WRITERS HARBOR® 12 FILMMAKING 26 BOOK ARTS + DESIGN Maine Media Workshops + College is a registered tax-exempt 501(c)(3) HOW TO CONTACT US corporation. Maine Media Workshops + College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, Maine Media Workshops + College creed, ancestry, national and ethnic origin, physical or mental handicap. P.O. Box 200 | 70 Camden Street Maine Media College has been granted candidacy for accreditation status Rockport, Maine 04856 by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) through Phone: 207.236.8581 its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Toll Free (US): 877.577.7700 Candidacy is not accreditation nor does it assure eventual accreditation. Fax: 207.236.2558 Candidacy is a formal affiliation with NECHE’s Commission on Institutions Email: [email protected] of Higher Education. It indicates that the institution has achieved inital recognition and is progressing towards accreditation. Inquiries regarding MAINE MEDIA an institution’s affiliation status with the Commission can be directed to: IS A SMOKE FREE CAMPUS The Commission on Institutions of Higher Education New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) 3 Burlington Woods Drive, Suite 100 Burlington, MA 01803 Direct line to Commission offices: 781.425.7785 Email: [email protected] | Website: neche.org VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA . E D U | 877. 577.770 0 3

PHOTOGRAPHY Alternative Processes, Portraiture, and more. Moving Forward in Photography SOLD OUT JUL 19–23 | SAM ABELL | $2095 Experienced professionals and serious amateurs dive into this intensive workshop as a means to jump-start the process of taking their work to the next stage. Photographers discover how to clarify their work, identify obstacles, and take the steps necessary to revitalize their careers and photographic lives. Sam Abell is one of the most accomplished teachers and photographers in the field today. He worked for many years for National Geographic as a contract and staff photographer and as a Photographer in Residence, and now works as a writer, teacher, and lecturer. The Color of Light SOLD OUT JUL 19–23 | ARTHUR MEYERSON | $1995 This renowned workshop is designed for both amateur and professional photographers who wish to strengthen their ability to see and work in color. Participants acquire techniques to become more sensitive to light and its effects on color, composition, texture, pattern and design. Arthur Meyerson is recognized as one of America’s finest color photographers and a highly sought after workshop instructor. He has travelled the world, to all seven continents photographing for advertising, corporate and editorial clients. The 15 Minute Portrait JUL 26–30 | DAVID TURNER | $1375 + $150 model fee Celebrity portraits often look like they had all day to set up. The reality is the image is snapped in a matter of minutes. This course teaches students how to master an environmental portrait on location, no matter if the subject is a musician, writer, actor, or my favorite, an everyday interesting person. David Turner is best known for his 25 year career in NYC working for top magazines like W Magazine photographing the latest fashions to a beautifully lit portrait of designer Ralph Lauren to a still life of the newest fragrance. Exploring Alternative Processes AUG 2–6 | BRENTON HAMILTON | $1595 Transform how you think about printmaking as you experiment with 19th century photographic processes! You will learn about and practice: The Cyanotype, Salted paper, Albumen, Gum Bichromate and POP process. It’s a hands-on learning week to actually make prints from fine digital negatives. Brenton Hamilton is the Chair of the Professional Certificate in Visual Storytelling program at Maine Media College. He is an enthusiastic workshop leader specializing in B&W Craft, Historic Processes, and the History of Photography. 4 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

Developing a Personally Meaningful Photo Project AUG 2–6 | JOYCE TENNESON | $1450 This workshop will be for photographers in the process of developing a portfolio, book, or exhibition, and need professional assistance and feedback in successfully completing their personal project. In addition, photographers who are just dreaming of creating a cohesive body of work are also welcome. Joyce Tenneson is internationally lauded as one of the leading photographers of her generation. Her work has been published in books and magazines and exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide, and she has authored 16 books of her own. Advanced Alternative Processes SOLD OUT AUG 9–13 | BRENTON HAMILTON | $1595 This workshop is a perfect match for image makers who have completed the Exploring Alternative Photographic Processes workshop or have extensive experience with alternative photographic processes. It is also the workshop for students wanting to refine their skills and focus their energy on a specific project. Brenton Hamilton is the Chair of the Professional Certificate in Visual Storytelling program at Maine Media College. He is an enthusiastic workshop leader specializing in B&W Craft, Historic Processes, and the History of Photography. Art of Seeing AUG 9–13 | ELIZABETH OPALENIK | $1475 Perception and creativity are the cornerstones of photographic style. It is not the subject, but one’s point of view that makes a great photograph. Our goal in this workshop is to create images that communicate to others with emotional resonance as we raise our visual aesthetic to interpret and visualize in new ways. Elizabeth Opalenik believes all good photographs are self portraits that lie between imagination and dreams. Her 35 year career has found her teaching or making images on six continents, seeking the beauty and grace that exists within all things. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA . E D U | 877. 577.770 0 5

BRENTON HAMILTON The Picture Maker You meet someone like Brenton Hamilton only once in a lifetime. To be welcomed into his lab is to be shown the direction towards your personal creative language. To understand your own alchemy. It’s an encounter that will help make public the private language that is meant to be shared through your art. It is a supportive space, one that is warm and welcoming amidst the shelves of paper, tin, glass, and emulsifiers. Brenton is a keeper of relics. He holds the knowledge of the nineteenth-century inventions that would forever alter our world. Within his expertise lives the history of photography and the keys to understanding how photography became the storyteller and the change agent it continues to be, decade after decade. He is the historian to a time and space when images first appeared on paper and photographers became witnesses and documentarians of culture. He is a photographer whose art lingers with you long after you’ve stopped looking. “We do all kinds of things here, we literally make handmade photography” he says, as we watch him working at the basins, in the Haas Lab on the Maine Media Workshops + College Campus. He pours the oxidizer over the latent image for the teenage students to see, and their faces turn to wonder and excitement. Small gasps of astonishment emit from their mouths as photographs appear on the drawing paper. The photographs, Brenton says, are “a mixture of a highly creative gestural process and a little bit of chemistry.” Brenton teaches nine different nineteenth-century historic photographic processes at Maine Media. A truly unique offering, there are only two schools on the East Coast that can claim this addition to their curriculum. During Maine Media’s two-week Young Artists summer program or their year-long Professional Certificate in Visual Storytelling program, the students watch as their images take form on metal, tintypes, embellished cyanotypes, and glass negatives. The photographs, some done on drawing paper, extend further into artistry through adding the use of chalks, collage, and pencil. “It’s an absolutely volatile medium for the artist,” Brenton says as he washes the emulsifier over the negative. The magic of the cyanotype image reveals itself.’ During his tenure, Brenton has helped his students go from amateurs to professional visual storytellers, shooting for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, National Geographic, and more. Brenton is an artist with pieces held in museums, a new book forthcoming this year, and work shown across the nation. He is a master at his craft and teaches his students to be masterful and devoted. Captivated, they put away their phones. Together they experience the world around them, in community. It’s here, with Brenton at Maine Media, that they remove any and all limitations of the modern age to fully realize the work, the magic, that lives inside of them. They are left with artwork that can physically be held, rather than viewed on a 3-inch screen. They become the storytellers, the change agents, the picture makers of our modern times. — Written by Licia Morelli 6 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

BRENTON’S ON-CAMPUS SUMMER WORKSHOPS: Exploring Alternative Processes AUG 2–6 | See P.4 Advanced Alternative Processes AUG 9–13 | See P.5 The Collodion Workshop AUG 16–20 | See P.8 Advanced Cyanotype Experimentation AUG 23–27 | See P.9 NEWS ABOUT BRENTON Brenton’s newly-released book, A Blue Idyll: Cyanotypes and Dreams, is a 25-year retrospective of his photographic landscapes influenced by Surrealist motifs. Human anatomy, Astronomy, botanical imageries, and Brenton’s command of art historical visual vocabulary are used to create new intriguing and provocative arrangements to illustrate his contemporary vision. Brenton is currently featured in two exhibitions at Columbia College Sidney Larson Gallery (Columbia, MO),and the Center for Photographic Art (Carmel, CA). Follow Brenton @brentonhamilton Photo by Darcy Aders VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA. E D U | 877. 577.770 0 7

A Natural Eye SOLD OUT AUG 16–20 | EDDIE SOLOWAY | $1450 At the heart of any good photograph is both the passion for the subject and your ability to uniquely capture it. If you love the outdoors yet find that your images keep looking like pretty postcards, join Eddie Soloway for an intense week of looking at the natural world with fresh new eyes. Eddie Soloway is a photographer, teacher, and storyteller committed to opening our eyes to the natural world. He has taught photography and creativity for leading photographic institutions and schools around the world. INSTRUCTOR FEATURE: JON HENRY Jon Henry is a visual artist working with photography and text, from Queens NY (resides in Brooklyn). He is the recipient of the 2020 Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture. His work reflects on family, sociopolitical issues, grief, trauma and healing within the African American community. His work has been published both nationally and internationally and exhibited in numerous galleries including Aperture Foundation, Smack Mellon, BRIC, and others. Known foremost for the cultural activism in his work, his projects include studies of athletes from different sports and their representations. He was recently named one of LensCulture’s Emerging Artists and an En Foco Fellow for 2020, and he has won the Film Photo Prize for Continuing Film Project sponsored by Kodak. Students have the opportunity to learn from Jon this summer in his workshop Place and Identity. The Collodion Workshop AUG 16–20 | BRENTON HAMILTON | $1350 You will learn about the history of this process and all the chemistry, procedures, exposure and post treatments. Discussions will include varnishing, storage and glass preparation. Primary collodion forms will be discussed and explored as processes: Collodion Negatives, Ambrotypes, and Tintypes. Brenton Hamilton is the Chair of the Professional Certificate in Visual Storytelling program at Maine Media College. He is an enthusiastic workshop leader specializing in B&W Craft, Historic Processes, and the History of Photography. 8 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

Advanced Cyanotype Experimentation AUG 23–27 | BRENTON HAMILTON | $1295 This is a special week of intense investigation of the cyanotype process: we will investigate all of its technical and aesthetic conventions. There will be lectures on technique, chemistry demos and we will look carefully at paper choice and tools. Mostly though, we will practice making images in the cyanotype realm. Brenton Hamilton is the Chair of the Professional Certificate in Visual Storytelling program at Maine Media College. He is an enthusiastic workshop leader specializing in B&W Craft, Historic Processes, and the History of Photography. Editing the Visual Narrative AUG 23–27 | BILL MARR & SARAH LEEN | $1375 This workshop is for the photographer with a completed or on-going visual project who wishes to take their work from a collection of images to a complete and compelling visual narrative. Establish a clear approach to refining your storytelling skills and organizing, editing, and sequencing your photographs. Bill Marr is the former Creative Director at National Geographic and former Director of Photography at The Nature Conservancy. Sarah Leen is the award-winning Director of Photography, Emerita for National Geographic magazine and Founder of the Visual Thinking Collective. Place and Identity AUG 30–SEP 3 | JON HENRY | $1350 In this workshop, we will focus on issues relating to our place and identity, and examine how these elements can strengthen our position and the images we aspire to make. Through various modes of portraiture, storytelling, and research, create a body of work that addresses your place and identity within your community. Jon Henry is a visual artist working with photography and text from Queens NY. He is the recipient of the 2020 Arnold Newman Prize. His work reflects on family, sociopolitical issues, grief, trauma and healing in the African American community. The Lyrical Photograph SEP 6–10 | SAL TAYLOR KYDD | $1195 The places we live, or those we have visited, often hold powerful meanings and associations for us. How does an object or particular landscape convey its history and suggest that echo of past experience? Join photographer/writer Sal Taylor Kydd as you explore that nexus between the landscape and memory. Sal Taylor Kydd is a photographer and artist originally from the UK, whose fine art photographs have been exhibited around the world. She is also a writer and poet, and has self-published books combining her poetry with her photographs. Documentary Photography with Louie Palu SEP 13–17 | LOUIE PALU | $1395 Workshop details coming soon. Louie Palu is a documentary photographer and filmmaker whose work focuses on social political issues such as war, human rights and poverty. His work has appeared in festivals, publications, exhibitions and collections internationally. He is currently working on a long-term project on the Arctic partnered with National Geographic Magazine. In 2019 he was awarded the Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA . E D U | 877. 577.770 0 9

The Quiet Landscape: Beyond the Picture Postcard SEP 20–24 | ALISSA HESSLER & JACOB HESSLER | $1350 The Quiet Landscape is a fresh approach to traditional landscape photography. Break the rules, look deeper and ignore the easy postcard shots. In this workshop you will be challenged to remove the clutter, the obvious and the cliché from your frame to create memorable and powerful images with your own distinct visual voice. Alissa Hessler is an art director, photographer and instructor, with over a decade of creative industry experience, including her work at Turnstyle Studio and HTC. Jacob Hessler’s photography is introspective, nostalgic, meditative and spiritual. His keen eye and use of scale connect viewers with the vastness of the human experience. Artistic Practice and Creative Process: Harvesting Your Creativity SEP 27–OCT 1 | LAURIE KLEIN | $1295 It is important to explore, play and listen to what our images are telling us. We will take this journey together as we strengthen our creative process. The class will meet every morning for discussions, assignments and critiques., and we will learn how to hear how our images are speaking to us. Laurie Klein gained acclaim and recognition as an infrared and black and white portrait artist photographing the female form in the environment. She has taught for over 30 years, and her work has appeared in many publications and exhibitions. An Intimate Portrait of Place OCT 4–8 | LEE ANNE WHITE | $1295 Discover some of the quieter places in the Coastal Maine landscape where you can photograph the intimate details and moments that give this place character. Take time to slow down, see more deeply and develop creative practices that can help you make more personal, expressive landscape photographs. Lee Anne White is a landscape and botanical photographer whose work has been exhibited in both solo and group shows. She is the author and principal photographer of ten books and the former editor in chief of Fine Gardening magazine. 10 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

Return to Oz: The Colors of Fall OCT 11–15 | VINCENT VERSACE & MICKEY STRAND | $1695 There are few places on earth that are as full of light, gesture, color and the potential for timelessness than Maine in October. In this shooting intensive workshop, we will explore all the visual nooks and crannies that Maine visually affords and create images that echo the stillness and beauty of October in Maine Vincent Versace is an internationally recognized pioneer in digital photography. His passion for natural light is manifest in his work and his creative and technical leadership. Mickey Strand, Navy Photographers Mate Chief Petty Officer retired, is a working photographer and photographic instructor living in San Diego, California. Photography and the Visual Voice OCT 11–15 | MCNAIR EVANS | $1195 This workshop is designed for photographers at all levels who are striving to push their image making to a new a level of intentionality and complexity. Although this course is geared towards fine art or personal work, photographers of all disciplines will gain experience and insight to strengthen their images. McNair Evans’ work explores themes of shared experiences and identity by photographing the American cultural landscape amidst forces of modernization. His work presents personal, often autobiographical, subject matter in narrative form. The Imagemaker’s Handbook: Pursuing Your Passion With Purpose OCT 25–29 | MATT MAHURIN | $1695 Be it a painting or photograph, sculpture or song, every piece of art is a discovery—an invention of the imagination—compelling the artist to become an intrepid voyager on a journey through life and self. This workshop will sharpen the focus of your internal creative mission that must be brought out into the light. Matt Mahurin has spent over thirty years as an award-winning illustrator, photographer, film director and teacher. His political and social illustrations have appeared in Time, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Esquire, and more. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA . E D U | 877. 577.770 0 1 1

FILMMAKING Directing, Cinematography, Lighting, and more. CHECK OUT OUR FILMMAKING INTENSIVES ON P.22 Art of Cinematography JUL 19–23 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1595 This workshop covers the fundamental technical aspects and aesthetic considerations of the craft and process of cinematography. We explore the camera as a tool, and the theory of cinematic storytelling. The class is designed for new cinematographers, filmmakers, video professionals, and anyone else looking to gain a solid foundation in the art of shooting motion pictures. The Director’s Craft JUL 19–23 | PETER WERNER | $1995 SEP 20–24 | SEE P.17 The guiding force of any narrative film is the director. This workshop is for emerging film directors interested in the craft, process, and techniques of directing. Students explore and develop effective ways to lead, inspire, manage and direct the cast and crew’s creative energies in order to realize their vision. Peter Werner is an Academy Award-winning director with an extensive background in both television and film. His credits include Ghost Whisperer, Medium, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Justified, Grimm, Unforgettable, The Wonder Years, and more. Directing Actors for the Camera JUL 26–30 | GEARY MCLEOD | $1995 SEP 22–OCT 4 | SEE P.17 Directors and cinematographers come together to collaborate in this practical laboratory for filmmakers who want to explore the process of directing and filming actors. Led by industry professionals, students learn how to arrive at the most effective choices for shooting story and character. Geary McLeod’s directing credits include Empire, Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS: New Orleans, The Mentalist, Pretty Little Liars, and more. Previously a cinematographer, he brings a unique perspective to the dynamics of directing actors for the camera. DIT on Set JUL 26–30 | JEFFREY HAGERMAN | $1350 NOV 1–5 | SEE P.20 This workshop is focused on the tools, technology, and science at play in today’s modern digital cinema cameras. Discussions will be in-depth with theory and part practical application to determine how to make the best images possible under the litany of demanding factors at play in production. Jeffrey Hagerman has worked as an On Set Colorist for such films and TV shows as Marvel’s DareDevil, Happyish, Mr. Robot, Philomena, and Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit. He has created music videos for Beyonce, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mariah Carey, and more. 12 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

Camera in Motion AUG 2–6 | JEFFREY HAGERMAN | $1450 OCT 18–22 | SEE P.19 This course is for emerging cinematographers and filmmakers looking to immerse themselves in the fundamentals of camera operation and movement. Through a mixture of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on exercises, students explore the fundamental skills of a camera operator and camera assistant. Jeffrey Hagerman has worked as an On Set Colorist for such films and TV shows as Marvel’s DareDevil, Happyish, Mr. Robot, Philomena, and Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit. He has created music videos for Beyonce, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mariah Carey, and more. 2-Week Directing Master Class AUG 2–13 | ALLEN COULTER | $3695 An extraordinary opportunity to spend two weeks studying with one of today’s most accomplished directors. For directors and filmmakers who want to enter into a master director’s process as they examine how to shape performances and achieve the overall vision for a production. Allen Coulter is one of television’s most celebrated directors best known for his work on the groundbreaking series The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, and Sex and the City. He has been nominated for seven Emmys and four Director’s Guild awards. Lighting for Film & TV AUG 9–13 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1995 This workshop is for cinematographers, gaffers, and freelance filmmakers who want to explore a wide range of lighting techniques in feature films, commercials, and episodic television. Discover the importance of lighting design in visual storytelling, and the processes used to execute a wide range of lighting set-ups. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA . E D U | 877. 577.770 0 1 3

INSTRUCTOR FEATURE: ALLEN COULTER Allen Coulter is one of television’s most celebrated directors best known for his work on the groundbreaking series The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire and Sex and the City. He has launched a significant number of iconic shows, directing the pilot episodes of Nurse Jackie, Sons of Anarchy, Damages, and Ray Donovan, among others. Other credits include House of Cards, Get Shorty, Law and Order, Vinyl, Rubicon, Six Feet Under, The X-Files, Extant, and the new Apple TV series For All Mankind. His television work has found him collaborating with widely-renowned filmmakers such as David Fincher, Steven Spielberg, and Michael Mann. His feature films include the Golden Globe-nominated Hollywoodland starring Adrien Brody and Ben Affleck and Remember Me starring Robert Pattinson. He received five of his seven Emmy nominations for The Sopranos, having directed a total of twelve episodes for the landmark series. He was also nominated for four Director’s Guild awards as well as numerous other prizes including the Venice Film Festival Golden Lion. Don’t miss the opportunity to spend two weeks on campus with Allen this summer. Join him as he teaches the 2-Week Directing Master Class in August! Documentary Camera AUG 16–20 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1495 Today’s audience has become very sophisticated in their appreciation of the visual art of filmmaking, documentary films included. This workshop provides students with an understanding of how photography and cinematography tools and skills are adapted to address the unique demand of non-fiction filmmaking. Film & Video Teachers Workshop AUG 16–20 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1250 The art and craft of teaching filmmaking is constantly evolving as the medium and technology change. At the same time, the number of students looking for an education in film and video production is increasing dramatically. This workshop is for educators who are teaching filmmaking or are about to launch new courses. 14 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

Set & Location Lighting AUG 23–27 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1575 Bringing a film shoot into a real-world setting has many advantages, especially for independent productions that may not have the resources to always use large studio sets. Learn to address the technical and creative challenges, and take advantage of the benefits and possibilities of shooting on location. Observational Cinema AUG 23–27 | ALLIE HUMENUK | $1495 With its unique spirit of spontaneity and improvisation, cinema vérité frequently takes the filmmaker and the viewer into the unexpected and powerful territory. Learn the fine art of observational filmmaking, and the purity of story that the vérité style may evoke. Allie Humenuk is an award-winning filmmaker and Emmy-nominated cinematographer whose films have been broadcast internationally. Her camera credits include work for PBS, HBO, BBC, National Geographic, MTV, and ESPN. Nonfiction Camera in Action AUG 30–SEP 3 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1950 This course explores shot design, camera technique, point-of-view, lens selection, and scene coverage for single and multi-camera shoots. Students will explore the techniques of reality, classic documentary, and narrative work to deepen their mental and physical understanding of scene coverage. Shooting & Directing Branded Content AUG 30–SEP 3 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1595 In this week-long creative lab, you’ll be guided by a career director in conceptualizing and producing commercial content. This hands-on workshop is for directors, producers, agency executives, and all creatives who want to gain practical experience in creating compelling and effective promotional material. Grip & Electric SEP 6–10 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1295 This workshop is for emerging filmmakers, cinematographers, video professionals, and film school graduates who want to immerse themselves in the fundamentals of lighting theory, learn set etiquette and procedure, and get hands-on experience with all the essential production grip and electric gear. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA . E D U | 877. 577.770 0 1 5

Shooting & Producing the Documentary SEP 6–10 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1495 This workshop explores all aspects of beginning, shaping, and making a documentary. Step-by-step, learn how documentaries are written, then learn how to craft an outline/structure for your documentary that helps assess, shape, and refine your story while discovering your own storytelling style. Canon DSLR & Mirrorless Storytelling SEP 13–17 | BRIAN KAUFMAN | $1395 Canon DSLR & Mirrorless cameras have revolutionized the way multimedia documentarians work, collapsing multiple mediums into one. Students in this workshop work directly with journalists who have robust experience shooting and editing DSLR & Mirrorless video for major non-fiction productions. Brian Kaufman is Executive Video Producer at the Detroit Free Press. Working alone or in small teams, Kaufman’s work spans a broad range, from news-driven video journalism to feature films on social and environmental issues. Framing the Narrative - The Art of Cinematography SEP 20–24 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1595 This workshop covers the fundamental technical aspects and aesthetic considerations of the craft and process of cinematography. We explore the camera as a tool and the theory of cinematic storytelling. The class is designed for new cinematographers, filmmakers, video professionals, and anyone else looking to gain a solid foundation in the art of shooting motion pictures. 16 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

The Director’s Craft JUL 19–23 | SEE P.12 SEP 20–24 | GEARY MCLEOD ASC, DGA | $1995 The guiding force of any narrative film is the director. This workshop is for emerging film directors interested in the craft, process, and techniques of directing. Students explore and develop effective ways to lead, inspire, manage and direct the cast and crew’s creative energies in order to realize their vision. Geary McLeod’s directing credits include Empire, Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS: New Orleans, The Mentalist, Pretty Little Liars, and more. Previously a cinematographer, he brings a unique perspective to the dynamics of directing actors for the camera. . INSTRUCTOR FEATURE: GEARY MCLEOD, ASC, DGA Geary McLeod is a director and cinematographer with over twenty years of experience in episodic television, pilots, movies of the week and feature films. His directing credits include Empire, Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS: New Orleans, The Mentalist, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, Light as a Feather, The Bold Type, Dynasty, and Famous in Love. Originally a cinematographer, he brings a unique perspective to the dynamics of directing actors for the camera. His cinematography credits include Barbershop, The Mentalist, Carmen: A Hip Hopera, Dirt, City of Angels, and Mad Men. Earlier in his career he was a camera operator on films like The Deep End of the Ocean, Malcolm X, He Got Game, Money Train, Clockers, and Holes. Geary is a member of the Directors Guild of America, the American Society of Cinematographers and the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees (Local 600). He also sits on the Directors Guild African American Steering Committee. Geary will be on campus not once but twice this summer, teaching Directing Actors for the Camera (July dates) and The Director’s Craft (September dates). Directing Actors for the Camera JUL 26–30 | SEE P.12 SEP 22–OCT 4 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1995 Directors and cinematographers come together to collaborate in this practical laboratory for filmmakers who want to explore the process of directing and filming actors. Led by industry professionals, students learn how to arrive at the most effective choices for shooting story and character. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA. E D U | 877. 577.770 0 1 7

Feature Film Lighting OCT 4–8 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $2095 Our most advanced lighting workshop for cinematographers, gaffers, and freelance filmmakers who want to explore dramatic lighting techniques used in feature films. Led by a top industry Chief Lighting Technician, this class covers the importance of light in visual storytelling, and the techniques to execute complex lighting set-ups. Story Structure & Character Development OCT 4–8 | WAYNE BEACH | $1295 This unit provides a solid foundation in the essentials of screenwriting: concept, character, story, plot, dialogue, and structure. Guided by a professional screenwriter, students will examine format, the importance of visual storytelling, developing an economical writing style, the process of shaping story, and more. Wayne Beach has written screenplays for Warner Bros., Twentieth Century Fox, Disney, Sony, TNT, Wolf Films, Village Roadshow Pictures, and other studios and networks. His students have gone on to write hit films and TV shows. Creative Producing for Film & TV OCT 11–15 | ERIC MOFFORD | $1395 A producer must be adept in bridging creative and financial worlds to make a film or TV project happen. This workshop closely examines the role of the creative producer in overseeing the development and production of a project from conception to completion, including getting a project to be financed and greenlit. Eric Mofford is a producer, line producer and budget consultant. He has been involved in over 150 film, television and web productions for both large studio productions and small indies, as well as numerous music videos and commercials. 18 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

The Steadicam Workshop OCT 11–15 | PAUL TAYLOR | $2395 In this unique and intense advanced Steadicam workshop students will learn to interpret a script in visual terms based on the director’s vision, the DP’s requirements, and the editor’s needs. They will learn the “language of Steadicam” and how to properly employ it to produce riveting images that enhance narrative. Paul Taylor has been teaching Steadicam workshops for the better part of his 25+ years in the motion picture and television industry. His career path also includes working as an award-winning editor, director of photography and 3D stereographer. Camera in Motion AUG 2–6 | SEE P.13 OCT 18–22 | PAUL TAYLOR | $1450 This course is for emerging cinematographers and filmmakers looking to immerse themselves in the fundamentals of camera operation and movement. Through a mixture of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on exercises, students explore the fundamental skills of a camera operator and camera assistant. Paul Taylor has been teaching Steadicam workshops for the better part of his 25+ years in the motion picture and television industry. His career path also includes working as an award-winning editor, director of photography and 3D stereographer. The Art of Editing OCT 18–22 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1450 This workshop is for editors, directors, and other filmmakers who want to go beyond software and workflow and discuss the nuances of what makes a cut motivated and compelling. Students explore how pacing, shot selection, rhythm, and juxtaposition can be used to create emotional impact and advance a story. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA. E D U | 877. 577.770 0 1 9

The Camera and Visual Storytelling OCT 25–29 | STEVEN FIERBERG, ASC | $2095 Camera position, movement, point-of-view, lens selection, and scene coverage are all critical elements in telling effective visual stories. This one-week workshop is for cinematographers and emerging filmmakers who want to focus on the use of the camera in cinematic storytelling. Steven Fierberg is an award-winning cinematographer, receiving an ASC Award for best cinematography and a Latin Grammy. Steve created the look and shot much of HBO’s Entourage series and is a vice-president of the ASC. Advanced Cinematography NOV 1–5 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1795 This workshop covers the advanced technical aspects of digital camera systems and delves deeply into the theory and fine art of cinematic storytelling. Explore the creative potential and technical options of the latest high-end digital cameras, and apply your knowledge to create a portfolio-quality cinematic short piece. 2-Week Directing Master Class NOV 1–12 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $3695 An extraordinary opportunity to spend two weeks studying with one of today’s most accomplished directors. For directors and filmmakers who want to enter into a master director’s process as they examine how to shape performances and achieve the overall vision for a production. DIT on Set JUL 26–30 | SEE P.12 NOV 1–5 | JEFFREY HAGERMAN | $1350 This workshop is focused on the tools, technology, and science at play in today’s modern digital cinema cameras. Discussions will be in-depth with theory and part practical application to determine how to make the best images possible under the litany of demanding factors at play in production. Jeffrey Hagerman has worked as an On Set Colorist for such films and TV shows as Marvel’s DareDevil, Happyish, Mr. Robot, Philomena, and Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit. He has created music videos for Beyonce, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mariah Carey, and more. Cinematography Master Class NOV 8–12 | INSTRUCTOR TBD | $1595 A film director relies on the director of photography to create a unique and appropriate visual look for the story. In this theory-based class, you’ll spend the week with an Award-winning cinematographer, who will discuss their work and share the challenges and successes they have experienced in their career. 20 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

Sea Kayaking Adventure Sea kayak the Maine Island Trail and leave with a documentary short, skills in sea kayaking and camping, and the thrill of a wilderness adventure. Workshop fee $2,880 includes sea kayak, camping gear & food for the expedition week. Become the complete nature documentarian. From first shot to final edit, you will create a documentary about an aspect of Maine’s natural coastal beauty. Award-winning documentarian Tom Donohue will guide you in the skills and the thought process necessary for capturing your story. We are pleased to offer this course in conjunction with American University’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking. No previous kayaking or camping experience is necessary. You’ll learn the basics from a licenced nature guide. WEEK 1: The Expedition | AUG 14–20 | Muscongus Bay, Maine WEEK 2: Editing the Nature Documentary | AUG 23–27 | Online, In real time Visit www.mainemedia.edu/workshops/item/sea-kayaking-adventure to learn more and register. www.american.edu/soc/environmental-film www.cinewright.com www.mainemedia.edu/workshops

INTENSIVES Filmmaking Intensives 4-WEEK DIRECTING INTENSIVE JUL 19–AUG 13 | $6895 Go deep into the art of directing in this four-week Intensive, guided by directors whose credits include The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, Sex and the City, House of Cards, Elementary, Justified, and Nurse Jackie. THE COURSES: The Director’s Craft Directing Actors for the Camera 2-Week Directing Master Class Story Structure & Character Development (Additional Option) Creative Producing for Film & TV (Additional Option) 4-WEEK FILM SCHOOL AUG 16–SEP 10 | $3195 The demand for individuals with the skills and knowledge required for film and video production continues to grow. This hands-on workshop is for new filmmakers, film students, graduates, and those who have yet to make their first film or work professionally in the field. During this four-week course, students gain a solid foundation in film theory, learn to work both individually and with a crew. By the course’s end, everyone will create a short narrative or documentary film. 4-WEEK NONFICTION CINEMATOGRAPHY INTENSIVE AUG 16–SEP 10 | $5895 Our 4-Week Basic Cinematography Intensive is an immersive program that exposes you to fundamental film theory, industry gear, and provides you with the tools and knowledge to begin working as a professional, or get to the next level in your career. THE COURSES: Documentary Camera Observational Cinema Nonfiction Camera in Action Shooting & Producing the Documentary 22 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

4-WEEK OR 8-WEEK CINEMATOGRAPHY INTENSIVE JUL 19–AUG 13 | $6495 OR SEP 20–NOV 12 | $12,995 Our Cinematography Intensive is a fully immersive program that provides students with the knowledge, tools, and experience, essential to become a working professional in the film industry. Unlike any other film program you’ll find, this Intensive exposes you to fundamental film theory, top-tier industry equipment, and the tools and knowledge to prepare you to work as a professional, or get to the next level in your career. THE COURSES: 4-Week Summer Program: The Art of Cinematography Directing Actors for the Camera Camera in Motion Lighting for Film & TV 8-Week Fall Program: Framing the Narrative - The Art of Cinematography Directing Actors for the Camera Feature Film Lighting The Steadicam Workshop Camera in Motion The Camera and Visual Storytelling Advanced Cinematography Cinematography Master Class 8-WEEK DIRECTING INTENSIVE SEP 20–NOV 12 | $11,995 To realize their vision, a director must intimately understand not only the key creative and practical dynamics of their job – but also the roles of their closest collaborators during the development, production, and post-production process of a film. This extraordinary intensive offers a package of classes to equip the complete director. THE COURSES: The Director’s Craft Directing Actors for the Camera Story Structure and Character Development Creative Producing for Film & TV The Art of Editing The Camera and Visual Storytelling Directing Master Class VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA. E D U | 877. 577.770 0 2 3

THE WRITERS HARBOR® Memoir, Poetry, Fiction, and more. Under the Microscope: A Poetry Workshop JUL 19–23 | KEVIN PILKINGTON | $1350 Despite so many creative titles for poetry workshops today, it still comes down to close readings of poems: word by word and line by line. In class you will look closely at the fundamental techniques that will shape and revitalize your poems. You will explore new strategies to energize images, sonics, similes and metaphors. Kevin Pilkington is a member of the writing faculty at Sarah Lawrence College. He is the author of nine collections, and his poetry has appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines. He recently completed his second novel. Starting and Finishing Stories JUL 26–30 | MAURICE CARLOS RUFFIN | $1295 Often, starting a story is the hardest thing to do. In these sessions, we’ll explore tried and true techniques that will help you find a good place to begin. We’ll also discuss how beginnings are related. In combination, these are valuable techniques to overcome writer’s block and complete your work. Maurice Carlos Ruffin is the winner of the Iowa Review Fiction Award, the So to Speak Journal Short Story Award, and the William Faulkner Competition for Novel in Progress. Maurice’s first novel, We Cast A Shadow, was published in 2019. 24 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

INSTRUCTOR FEATURE: NICK FLYNN Nick Flynn is the author of four memoirs: This is the Night our House will Catch Fire, The Reenactments, The Ticking is the Bomb: A Memoir of Bewilderment, and Another Bullshit Night in Suck City, which has been made into a film, Being Flynn, starring Robert De Niro as Flynn’s father, Julianne Moore, and Paul Dano. He is also the author of six books of poetry, and has been awarded fellowships from The Guggenheim Foundation, The Library of Congress, The Amy Lowell Trust, and The Fine Arts Work Center. His poems, essays, and non-fiction work have appeared in The New Yorker, the Paris Review, National Public Radio’s This American Life, and The New York Times Book Review. Since 2016, he has been performing with his band Killdeer, a collaboration with Simi Stone, Philip Marshall, and Guy Barash. His work has been translated into fifteen languages. He teaches creative writing at the University of Houston, and splits his time between Houston and Brooklyn, New York. Join Nick for his workshop, Memoir as Bewilderment, on campus this summer! Writing Your Life: A Workshop in Creative Memoir AUG 2–6 | RICHARD GOODMAN | $1295 We all have a story we want to tell. The real challenge is turning our personal drama into something that captivates complete strangers, our readers. Explore the best ways to start, improve, brighten and dramatize your memoir. We will discuss elements of craft that apply to any and all stages of your work. Richard Goodman is the author of French Dirt: The Story of a Garden in the South of France, among others. Hehas written on a variety of subjects for many national publications, and has worked as an editor at Random House. Memoir as Bewilderment AUG 30–SEP 3 | NICK FLYNN | $1395 In The Unnamable, Beckett offers this: “Dear incomprehension, it’s thanks to you I’ll be myself in the end.” We will examine this concept of “bewilderment” and how it is acted out in our writing—through syntax, accessing the duende, leaps into the unconscious, or circling around what is unsaid, unknown, unrealized. Nick Flynn is the author of four memoirs, all published by W. W. Norton, including the groundbreaking Another Bullshit Night in Suck City, which was made into the film Being Flynn, starring Robert De Niro, Juliette Moore, and Paul Dano. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA.E D U | 877. 577.770 0 2 5

BOOK ARTS & DESIGN Photographic Books, Letterpress, and more. Editing and Sequencing the Handmade Photographic Book JUL 26–31 | ELIOT DUDIK | $1395 A handmade photographic book is far more than a compilation of images; it becomes a deeply personal, interactive, fine art object. This course is perfect for photographers who have a project or series that they’d like to present in a meaningful, cohesive way. Eliot Dudik is an American photographer and book artist with works in institutional and private collections worldwide. His long-term projects, books, and collaborations focus on the connections between landscape, culture, memory, history, and place. The Handmade Photographic Book AUG 2–6 | ELIOT DUDIK | $1295 Interested in publishing a photo book? Consider a handmade edition! The handmade books from this course are perfect as a starting point for a published edition or as a portfolio piece at reviews. The printing and binding skills you’ll learn can be applied to small handmade editions and future book projects. Eliot Dudik is an American photographer and book artist with works in institutional and private collections worldwide. His long-term projects, books, and collaborations focus on the connections between landscape, culture, memory, history, and place. Quilting Bee: Embroidery and Sewing for Photos & Books AUG 9–13 | ERIN SWEENEY | $1295 During this one-week workshop, we will explore many different sewing techniques to make new, experimental pieces. Using embroidery and other stitching techniques, including modified bookbinding techniques, we will create unique tactile surfaces on your photos, prints, and paintings. Erin Sweeney lives and works in southern New Hampshire. She received her MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she was awarded the Elizabeth C. Roberts Prize for Graduate Book Arts. Consider 3D: Sculptural Books AUG 16–20 | ERIN SWEENEY | $1295 Utilizing several sculptural techniques and materials (wire, rattan, fabric) we will combine sculptural structures with book structures. Thinking three-dimensionally, we will explore concepts and narrative in new ways. Expecting new responses from viewers, we will discuss how these structures can be viewed, handled, shared. Erin Sweeney lives and works in southern New Hampshire. She received her MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she was awarded the Elizabeth C. Roberts Prize for Graduate Book Arts. 26 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

The Path of Abstraction: A Nature-Inspired Process AUG 23–27 | DUDLEY ZOPP | $1195 This workshop encourages participants to develop images (drawn or photographic) that are more than mere illustration. We will move from “reality” or seeing the world as it appears, to generating abstract images that impact the viewer and bring the five senses into play. Dudley Zopp is a visual artist, writer, and linguist, whose paintings and artist’s books honor the sensory experiences of the natural world. As an instructor, she is focused on helping students find the hidden potential in their work. 3D Enclosures: All Kinds of Boxes AUG 30–SEP 3 | RICHARD REITZ SMITH | $1095 During this weeklong workshop, we will explore and construct multiple 3D enclosures! Starting from the end, we will begin the week making coverings for our creations: Paste paper, marbling and painted surfaces are integral to finishing your structures. So we will start there. Richard Reitz Smith is the Book Arts Program Chair and Studio Manager at Maine Media. He is an artist trained as a graphic designer and excels in marrying traditional techniques with modern technology in book arts and letterpress printing. Letterpress: One Sheet Projects SEP 6–10 | RICHARD REITZ SMITH | $1125 We have 5 days to explore how to print on and use single sheets of paper in our designs. Whether the goal is a striking poster of handset type, a folded booklet with poems and illustrations, or a brochure of printed images, a letterpress printed sheet makes a statement. Richard Reitz Smith is the Book Arts Program Chair and Studio Manager at Maine Media. He is an artist trained as a graphic designer and excels in marrying traditional techniques with modern technology in book arts and letterpress printing. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA . E D U | 877. 577.770 0 27

INSTRUCTOR FEATURE: ERIN SWEENEY Erin Sweeney lives and works in southern New Hampshire. She received her MFA in Book Arts and Printmaking from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she was awarded the Elizabeth C. Roberts Prize for Graduate Book Arts. She also has a BFA in Sculpture from the Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine. She exhibits nationally, most recently at the Lyceum Gallery at the Derryfield School in Manchester, New Hampshire, Unrequited Leisure in Nashville, Tennessee, and the Thorne-Sagendorph Gallery at Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire. In July, Sweeney was awarded a Ruth and James Ewing Award for Excellence in the Arts. ​She teaches book arts workshops at her Lovely In The Home Press. She also travels to teach workshops at many locales, including Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Cló Ceardlann in Ireland. She is Assistant Professor in Foundations and Printmaking at the Institute of Art and Design at New England College. Join Erin for one (or both!) of her on-campus workshops this summer: Quilting Bee: Embroidery and Sewing for Photos & Books and Consider 3D: Sculptural Books. Photopolymer Gravure SEP 13–17 | JEANNE WELLS | $1295 Polymer photogravure is a modern take on the copperplate photogravure process, which allows us to blend the best of modern technology with traditional craft to produce stunning hand-pulled prints. In this workshop, learn how to prepare your image files and create your etched polymer plate with the direct-to-plate method. Jeanne Wells uses all forms and formats of cameras. She is self-taught in film and darkroom work, and has also studied wet collodion with Mark Osterman and Keliy Anderson-Staley. Her work is collected and exhibited internationally. Solar Etching: Image, Ink, & Imagination SEP 20–24 | JARI POULIN | $1295 For photographers and artists wishing to take their images into new realms, this course will open doors into the inky world of printmaking. Learn to turn your images into photopolymer plates and layer them with monoprinting and stencils to build a portfolio of prints that combine imagery with the art of printmaking. Jari Poulin is an artist who uses photography and printmaking. Her work is portrait based and explores ideas of the ephemeral, memory, and identity. As a former dancer/choreographer her work often features movement and dance. 28 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

Creating Beyond the Frame: Photo-based Printmaking in Layers SEP 27–OCT 1 | JARI POULIN | $1250 A photographic image can be altered, enhanced, disrupted, and expanded with printmaking to add meaning, message, and an enhanced visual experience for the viewer. This course explores the potential of image to take on new life with printmaking in the forms of monoprints, stencils, collagraphs, and more. Jari Poulin is an artist who uses photography and printmaking. Her work is portrait based and explores ideas of the ephemeral, memory, and identity. As a former dancer/choreographer her work often features movement and dance. Photographic Objects, Blurring the Boundaries OCT 4–8 | DAWN SURRATT | $1295 Objects can evoke empathy and connect us to memory. They can become talismans or relics. Join photographer Dawn Surratt as you learn ways to connect photography and structure to tell your story. Develop a concept using photography as a jumping off point and build an object by the end of the week. Dawn Surratt‘s imagery combines photographs with photography based book structures, installations, and objects as visual meditations exploring concepts of grief, transition, healing and spirituality. Her work has been shown across the U.S. Mark Making Turned into Books OCT 11–15 | JAN OWEN | $1075 Explore the possibilities of adding calligraphy and hand lettering to your books. Students will explore pigmented paste as a means to create beautiful patterns and surfaces on paper, then write on and form books. We will do mark making exercises and experimentation with various implements: invented and conventional. Jan Owen is a calligraphic book artist. Her hand lettered books and scrolls are in the Library of Congress, National Museum of Women in the Arts and many library special collections. Encaustic Techniques on Paper OCT 18–22 | DIANE BOWIE ZAITLIN | $1295 With this Introduction to Encaustic, learn Diane Bowie Zaitlin’s contemporary approach to encaustic painting. Painting with molten beeswax and damar resin adds depth, texture, and intrigue to your photographs and artwork. Wax on paper intensifies color, creates transparency, and reflects light for a uniquely luminous surface. Diane Bowie Zaitlin was an artist-in-residence at museums and schools throughout the state with the Maine Arts Commission for over twenty years. She has exhibited her artwork throughout the country and has taught art workshops across Maine. Intro to Letterpress: Holiday & Greeting Cards OCT 25–29 | RICHARD REITZ SMITH | $1095 Over the 5 days, we will dive deep into what letterpress can do. We will explore debossing and pressure printing, working with handset type and vintage advertising cuts where you can cut your own lino block to match with type, and learn the basic process of photopolymer platemaking. Richard Reitz Smith is the Book Arts Program Chair and Studio Manager at Maine Media. He is an artist trained as a graphic designer and excels in marrying traditional techniques with modern technology in book arts and letterpress printing. VISIT WWW. MAINEMEDIA.E D U | 877. 577.770 0 2 9

Miniature Bookbinding: thinking smaller NOV 1–5 | ANDREW EDDY | $1295 Using a variety of traditional bookbinding materials and techniques, experience the satisfaction of creating fully-functional, miniature versions of traditional, finely- tooled classic books. Working with a variety of papers, cloths and bookbinding leather, we will design and make, in miniature, various classically styled books. Andrew Eddy began his career as a bookbinder in 1983 and eventually established Elan Bindery. He has specialized in the design and production of custom archival bindings and presentation cases for rare ephemera, books and art objects. Book Binding with Erin Fletcher: Secret Belgian/Single Signature NOV 8–12 | ERIN FLETCHER | $1295 Students will explore variations within two different styles of binding: Secret Belgian and Single Signature. Students will learn about these popular structures and their construction, including three different finishing techniques for the Secret Belgian and a multitude of bindign models with both soft and hardcovers. Erin Fletcher is a fine binder and book artist who graduated from the North Bennett Street School. She opened Herringbone Bindery in Boston in 2012 and offers a variety of hand bookbinding and box-making services to a range of clients. 30 MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS + COLLEGE 2020

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