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What You'll Get
Photographers must be patient in order to catch the exact moment when the sun crests the horizon or a child learns empathy. Stop time with this voucher.
$149 for a One-Week Kids’ Art Camp ($200 Value)
This kids’ art camp offers children in fourth to eighth grades of all experience levels a hands-on experience in the art studio and field photography. Supported by a community of local in-resident artists, professional photographers and mixed media artists introduce children to a variety of creative processes that develop individual artistic acumen by instilling creative expression. Students also learn to interpret and critique fine art photographs and paintings. At the camps’ end, students can share their newfound knowledge with family and friends during a final exhibition.
See the class page for available dates and times.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nozomi Live Photography Workshops
Whether she’s snapping shots of Lil Wayne’s sparkling grin, the urban landscape of Detroit, or the Arab American National Museum, photographer Asia Hamilton inspires people to view the world from a new perspective. Her photography raises awareness on issues of waste and consumption, and strives to unmask the beauty hidden in a cityscape.
When she’s not on a globetrotting, eye-opening adventure, she’s teaching aspiring photographers at her studio, Nozomi Live Photography & Design. She demystifies photography concepts such as lighting and composition before taking shutterbugs out on urban excursions, where they can practice techniques in the bustling city. She helps her protégés feel more comfortable using their cameras’ manual settings, making the picture-snapping devices feel like an extension of their bodies without duct tape or cybernetic surgery.