Join artist Joey Lehman Morris as he shows you how to turn a soda can into a camera.
Participants of this workshop will create a pinhole camera, photograph around downtown Riverside, and learn how to develop their pictures in a darkroom. Put your digital camera down for a day as you learn about this analogue process that yields amazing images!

Joey Lehman Morris is a Los Angeles-based artist. His exhibition, But first, define the mountain; is on view at UCR/California Museum of Photography through October. He has also recently exhibited his work at Galería Perdida/Project Row Houses in Houston, TX, the Wignall Museum in Rancho Cucamonga, and FotoFest in Houston, TX. He studied art at University of California, Irvine (MFA, 2008) and University of Southern California (BFA 2004). He currently teaches photography at Oakwood School in North Hollywood.

This education workshop is possible with support from the Hearst Foundations and Target Corporation (Riverside Arlington store).

Instructor: Scott Hernandez

Pinhole Camera workshop with Joey Lehman Morris

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