At Get Centered Clay Studio, instructors teach fledgling clay artisans the basics of slinging, spinning, and molding ceramic works in a fully equipped facility. During each two-hour private instructional class, participants will learn a brief history of clay making, as well as the foundational skills necessary to hand form clay, spin symmetrical pieces on the potter's wheel, or sculpt lifelike busts with their minds. Budding artists can then hone their craft on amorphous clay blobs, becoming familiar with the materials and the wheel. Although students will not create a fully finished piece, they will leave equipped with the know-how to make ceramic water jugs and full-scale concept cars in the future.
Narrative Images Photography is an award winning photography studio led by professional photographers Richard Unis and Bernadette Johnston. We specialize in fine art photojournalism wedding photography and portraiture. We have been voted one of San Diego's top two photography studios.
After receiving a Professional Certificate in Photography from UC San Diego Extension, Joshua Killeen wasted no time applying his artistic eye to a variety of photography situations. Through his company, Photography by Joshua Killeen, he captures subjects in a variety of environments, including portrait sessions, wedding photography, and on-location shoots. Along with specializing in product photography and headshots, Joshua is also a professional instructor, and he often leads workshops that photograph locations such as Centennial Park on Coronado Island.
The San Diego Art Department opened its doors in 2003. We are located on Ray Street in the heart of North Park Arts District. SDAD is a non-profit organization with a membership base of local artists, art enthusiasts, and the community. Our team of instructors offer combined teaching experiences of more than 100 years.
Led by owner Jason Kirby, The Right Light Photography team features six core members, and each has experience in virtually every genre of photography. That diversity is reflected in the company's portfolio, which includes everything from Fortune 500 events to headshots for actors to pass out in place of Halloween candy. When they're not snapping shots for others, The Right Light Photography team also conducts 16 different photography classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. The company's curriculum stretches across a number of subjects, helping students hone their skills in portraits, video, editing, and more.
The instructors at The Workshoppe, all working photographers, show up for practical camera classes virtually anywhere in and around San Diego. Small group sizes and the teachers’ experience ensure that these in-studio or on-location lessons instill practical photography skills and encourage creative development. Classes range from general and digital-specific intro sessions to lessons on night photography and outdoor lighting, as well as tips on breaking into the professional-photography field by taking the only known photos of state senators in their larval state.