photography workshops Archive

June Workshops: Sketch, Paint, & Photograph Your Way Into Summer

Ranging from five days long to just one, workshops are a perfect way to fit some art into your summer — or to craft your own staycation. Read more →

Three September Photography Workshops

Coming up early in September, The Art League’s photography instructors have a bevy of workshops lined up, including guides to photographing artwork and using Photoshop. Check out these three of interest for pros, beginners, and non-photographers alike: Read more →

Q&A: How to Photograph Artwork

Nothing tells your artwork's story better than seeing it in person — but for your website or a show submission, the next best thing is a photo. Read more →

Don’t Miss Out on Spring Classes!

Spring classes at The Art League School are starting soon — but it’s not too late to register! Check out our online catalog to find that new class in a medium you want to try out, a style you want to learn, or a technique you want to master. In addition to our nine-week Read more →

Photoshop Lecture for Artists

The Art League Gallery became a classroom, briefly, on Tuesday for a lecture on Adobe Photoshop by Art League member John Burgess. John, who gave another lecture Wednesday on exhibition-quality prints for photographers, spelled out the basics of Photoshop and answered questions at the free lecture, part of The Art League’s FotoWeek DC events. Read more →

On the Horizon: Travel Workshop to Ethiopia

It’s not too soon to start getting excited about The Art League’s travel workshop this spring to Ethiopia. We spoke to instructor and photographer Andargé Asfaw, who was born in Ethiopia and called the land “a paradise” for photographers and other artists. This workshop is open to artists of all media. Inside Abune Aron Read more →