Photo by Cheryle St. Onge
The Inner-Workings of Long-Term Projects with Cheryle St. Onge (Webinar)
- May 7, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am
In this webinar, Cheryle St. Onge will discuss the mechanics of creating and launching long-term projects. Topics to be explored include establishing a deep, emotional connection with your subject/work, how projects come about and how to sustain them, developing a critical eye as an editor, and finding narrative structure within the work. Cheryle will also discuss the process of applying for a Guggenheim Fellowship, which was awarded to her in 2009.
Cheryle St. Onge (https://cherylestonge.com/) grew up in coastal New England, the daughter of a painter and physics professor. Her proximity to the ocean and riding horses as a child shaped her curiosity of nature. She received her M.F.A. from Mass Art and has been on the photography faculty of Clark University, Maine College of Art and Univ. of New Hampshire. St. Onge is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Critical Mass Exhibition Award, New Hampshire Charitable Arts Grant, Polaroid Artist Support. Her work is widely collected, privately and publicly more notably, the Polaroid Corp, the Univ. of New Mexico Art Museum, the Portland Art Museum, Fidelity Corp. and the Guggenheim Foundation.
Webinar – Online Learning Class via Zoom
This class is part of our Saturday “Webinar” series. These 90-minute online presentations, taught by leading leading professionals in the field, are designed to be informative and educational. A wide range of topics will be explored. Each webinar will end with Q&A from the audience.
A link for the Zoom webinar will be emailed to the prior to the start date. Please read the instructions included in the email. If you have additional questions please contact Kevin Weinstein or Janis McGavin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates: Saturday, May 7, 10-11:30 am PST
Skill/Experience Level: Open to all levels
Tuition: $45 Non-Members;$35 Members
Venue: Online Learning Class
This course will be meeting online via Zoom. We encourage you to install and test the software on your device prior to the class.