Free Photography Classes at the Noguchi Museum
The museum will offer free lessons in Spanish on basic photography and image composition.
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Together with Project Luz, the Noguchi Museum in Queens, New York, will host artist Sol Aramendi, who will guide classes in photography techniques oven seven free sessions.
The workshop is inspired by the exhibition "In Praise of Caves: Mexican Organic Architecture Projects by Carlos Lazo, Mathias Goeritz, Juan O'Gorman, and Javier Senosiain," and the life and work of Isamu Noguchi.
According to the Noguchi Museum, students attending the sessions will make connections with their own experiences, as the images will be a reflection on the migrant search for home.
The classes will be held free of charge at the Isamu Noguchi Museum every Tuesday morning from Jan. 17 to Feb. 28.
Those who wish to participate must register in advance on the museum's website. Those interested should also attend all meetings with a notebook and camera.
Who is Sol Aramendi?
Aramendi is an artist that works with immigrant communities throughout New York City.
She is the founder of Project Light, a nomadic program that uses photography and art as a tool for empowerment.
She is a 2018 Open Society Foundations Moving Walls Fellow and has also received grants from A Blade of Grass (2015), the Ford Foundation (2018), and NALAC. (2018).