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Workshops with Craig Stevens

Craig Stevens, American , b. 1947

Craig Stevens is a photographer, printmaker and educator. He has taught, written and lectured extensively on the subjects of art and education and is in his 23rd year as a Professor of Photography at the Savannah College of Art & Design. He has taught at the Workshops continuously since 1974, the Workshops’ second year of existence. He was instrumental in the development of the Workshops’ Resident Program and the Provence Workshop in St Remy. He served as the Associate Director of the Workshops prior to relocating to Savannah. He served as the Director of Workshops at the International Rencontres of Photography in Arles, France during their 25th anniversary year. He is also on the Summer faculty of the Santa Fe Workshops. His work is held in many public and private collections in the United States and abroad. He holds a BA in Sociology from Colby College an MA in Political Communication from Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut and an MFA in Photography from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.

Stevens works in both color and black & white with a variety of formats from pinhole to panoramic. For the past decade he has devoted himself to crafting prints using state of the art digital technology, archival inksets on conventional and experimental substrates..

Workshop dates

8/7/2011 – Personal Vision and the Expressive Print
Maine Media Workshops~Rockport, Maine

The ease and rapidity of digital workflow can short circuit the most important aspect of the creative process:the artist’s evaluation of their intent. This workshop challenges the photographer to consider their intentions, push limits both personally and technically and create expressive prints.

Full information can be found at the MMW’s website


8/14/2011 – Alternative Digital Printmaking
Maine Media Workshops~Rockport, Maine

This class will investigate extending the digital print to non-traditional substrates including metal, wood and exotic papers through direct and transfer processes.

Full information can be found at the MMW’s website


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