April 7, 11 - 12pm
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
As part of our partnership with The Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Art Tooth will be hosting a series of workshops pairing professional artists with local up-and-coming artists to elevate their practice.
Our first workshop will focus on photography of artwork with Dallas photographer Desiree Espada. We invite you to bring 1-3 pieces of artwork to the Fort Worth Community Arts Center and we will assist you in learning how to photograph the work in a set of 5 stations. Artists can also bring laptops or memory cards to download photos and learn color correction if you already own the required software. If you own a camera please bring it but camera ownership is not required.
Tickets to Art Tooth workshops are $10 or you can purchase an Artist Season pass for entry to all 4 workshops and future critiques for $35. Click here https://goo.gl/jwfdrj to read a full list of artist season pass benefits.
Space is limited. We can’t wait to see you!
Attendees are asked to bring:
- 1-3 art pieces to photograph, small enough to handle
- If you have one, feel free to bring:
Camera, Tripod, Computer
Desiree Michelle Espada is a photographer and designer who lives in Dallas, Texas. She received the Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund Award from the Dallas Museum of Art in 2012. She then moved to NYC and worked with American artist and photographer Ryan McGinley in his Chinatown studio, assisting on photoshoots for various celebrities and publications including W iMsagazine, Levis and more. Her work centralizes around female identity, coming of age and collections. Her collaborative work with Kasumi Chow can be seen at The Public Trust in Dallas.