It can’t get more simple: use a single light source and paper to understand and create space in photography. What sounds simple turns out to be a complex exercise. Join acclaimed still-life photographer Joachim Froese for a studio workshop that will take you on an experimental journey. Inspired by teaching methods from the famous Chicago Institute of Design this workshop will change how you think about photography. Suitable for all skill levels, it will inspire beginners and challenge experienced photographers. You will need to bring your digital camera with a standard fixed or zoom lens, card, and fully charged battery. Location: The Centre, 6 Maud St. Newstead, QLD 4006. Ph 0432798820 Tea and coffee will be available during the workshop. Please bring your own lunch, a fridge and microwave are available. This workshop will run with a maximum of 8 participants and a minimum of 4. Further information about our workshops The Tutor: Joachim Froese is an art photographer and educator who lives and works in Brisbane and Berlin. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Art at Launceston, University of Tasmania (1996), a Master of Visual Arts from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University (2002), and a Ph.D. from RMIT in Melbourne (2017). Joachim uses digital as well as historical processes and his photographs are equally renowned for their technical brilliance and a conceptual approach. His standing as an acclaimed international photographer is reflected in his extensive track record of public displays. Since 1992 he has shown his work in major solo, group, and traveling exhibitions in institutions and art events across Australia, Europe, Asia, and North America and is featured in many national and international art publications. A number of his works are held in public collections such as the National Gallery of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery of Australia, and the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). Joachim is a highly experienced educator who has held regular teaching appointments and guest lectures on photography at universities in Australia and Germany since 2001. He teaches from a practitioner’s point of view and enjoys sharing his unique knowledge across a broad spectrum of photographic processes.