Home has much more to do with a piece of soul than a piece of soil. — Pico Iyer
We are still homebound, but now there is hope of moving outside the confines of our physical homes. Vaccines and plunging infection rates offer some medical relief, but also emotional liberation. The rebirth that is springtime lies just ahead, and with it the promise of new horizons. What will our future look like? How has the past year changed us? We are still facing unanswered questions, but we know creativity will help us approach the times ahead with a certain grace and clarity.
Homescapes: The Next Step offers alumni of Reid’s Homescapes: A New Paradigm the opportunity to explore the idea of home as something internal and a part of you wherever you are. Home is a set of values you carry with you. Home lies in the songs and books and friends and family that make up your daily lives. While engaging in a creative process is sometimes a solitary pursuit, we are lucky enough to share this unfolding experience together. This online workshop is a collaborative experience that reimagines home through a photographic lens.
Just as in the first Homescapes workshop, Reid helps you build confidence and boost your photographic intelligence. He has new illustrated lectures that reveal what he has learned from ten accomplished but little-known photographers. He gives a new set of photographic assignments at the end of each group session and reviews the resulting images the following class. And as a special treat, he welcomes two guest photographers to share their visions and insights of home.
Join Reid and a small group of Homescapers to take the next step on your photographic journey to find a home you are never far away from.
This workshop is only for alumni of Reid's "Homescapes: A New Paradigm" workshop.
Basic computer skills are necessary as well as the ability to edit and download images using an editing software.
Reid Callanan is Founder and Director of the Santa Fe Workshops. In addition to his responsibilities leading The Workshops for the past 32 years, Reid is also an accomplished photographer who welcomes the opportunity to teach workshops whenever he can.
Reid started photographing in 1974 during a semester abroad at Richmond College in London and has been making images ever since using a variety of photographic processes including silver halide, Polaroid imagery, and now digital capture. His photographic projects include a personal diary of images called HOMESCAPES, black-and-white portraits made in Cuba and Mexico, and most recently iPhone travel images posted to Instagram.
In 1994 Reid founded the non-profit Santa Fe Center for Photography, now known as CENTER, and is currently Vice- President of its Board of Directors. He serves on the President’s Council of the Texas Photographic Society; on the Board for American Society of Media Photographers Foundation; and on the Advisory Board for Bertha Crosley Ball Center for Compassion.