History Thru the Lens classes to run four weeks starting at Barker Mansion
Local photography instructor George Kassal and the Barker Mansion have partnered to offer a series of hands-on courses this summer. History Thru the Lens begins in mid-July and runs for four weeks, with classes meeting at historic sites around Michigan City. The course will debut at the Barker Mansion on July 13th at 6 pm and will feature basic camera instruction. All types of cameras are acceptable for the course, including smart phones, and no prior experience is needed. Participants will be able to practice their skills in designated areas throughout the mansion and gardens during the 2.5-hour course. The purpose of each session is to help participants build knowledge and skills in photography, as well as learn the history behind Michigan City’s hidden treasures. The last three sessions are as follows: July 20 at Barker Hall, July 27 at Franklin Street, and August 3 at Old Lighthouse Museum/Washington Park. Each subsequent session will meet on-site. Participants are not required to attend every session, only those of interest to them. The first session, however, is mandatory for those wishing to attend the following ones.The fee for each individual session is $25 per person. Class size is limited to 15 students. Registration is open on Eventbrite. Contact Amanda at [email protected] or (219) 873-1520 for details.
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