SUNDANCE, Utah – March 30, 2006 – Sundance Resort announces the launch of its new Photographic Workshop Series, designed to provide instruction and inspiration to photographers of all abilities in the magnificent surroundings of Sundance and Mt. Timpanogos. Classes are slated to begin in August 2006.
With its vast undisturbed wilderness and stunning scenery, Sundance is the ideal location to stimulate photographic artistry and creativity in aspiring photographers, serious amateur photographers, and photo enthusiasts. The format and structure of the weeklong programs will incorporate, maximize, and complement the venue and all that it embodies.
"Matching our Workshop to all that Sundance represents means offering small, intimate classes with world-renowned photographers," said Hilary Cole, who along with John Cole, will manage the workshops. "It means an enthusiastic exchange between peers and instructors, and ensuring that students are well-grounded in the fundamentals of photography while providing ample opportunities for creative exploration. It also means welcoming all students with hospitality, great food, and the chance to make lasting friendships in a spectacular natural setting."
The series of four weeklong workshops announced today will feature some of the world’s most skilled photographers – professionals who not only excel in their field but who are also acclaimed instructors.
With only 15 students or less per class, the curriculum will cover a variety of photographic genre, including landscape, wildlife, studio portraiture, travel, and sports, and vary by season.
Schedule and Photographers
- The Workshop series commences with a summer session from August 28-September 1, 2006 with photographers Lou Jones (sports), Kevin Gilbert (portrait), and Moose Peterson (wildlife).
- From November 6 - 10, 2006, the fall Workshop will feature photographers Joe McNally (light), John Running (portrait), Bob Krist (travel), and Moose Peterson (landscape).
- The late winter session runs from March 26 - 30, 2007 with photographers Rick Rickman (light), Nevada Wier (travel), and Moose Peterson (wildlife).
- Spring 2007 courses are scheduled for April 30 - May 4, 2007. Two instructors are onboard – Robert Beck (sports) and Bob Krist (travel) – with a third to be announced.
For More Information
Complete Workshop descriptions and registration information is available online at www.sundanceresort.com or www.sundanceworkshop.com. For more information, contact Shoshuna Akerman, Sundance programs manager at 801-2234271 or Hilary Cole at 978-468-1141, 800-287-1977, or email@example.com.
Nestled at the base of 12,000-foot Mt. Timpanogos, the Sundance Resort is a 6,000-acre destination resort, committed to maintaining the balance of art, nature and recreation. Sundance offers diverse mountain recreation experiences and encourages the cultivation of art and self-expression, as well as the preservation of the land. Created by Robert Redford, Sundance is a haven for discovery and inspiration, featuring 100 well-appointed cottages and homes consistent with the Sundance brand. Sundance Resort was named a Top 10 Resort by Conde Nast Traveler’s 2005 Readers Poll. The Sundance family of companies includes the Sundance Resort, Sundance Institute, Sundance Channel and Sundance Catalog. For more information on Sundance, call 801-225-4107 or visit our website, www.sundanceresort.com.