History of Photography (educational)

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Tuesdays – 2:00pm to 4:00pm | Start Date: February 12, 2019 | End Date: March 19, 2019

Join us as we explore the history of photography. From daring French photographers like Henri Cartier- to American pioneers like Dorothea Lange, modern powerhouses like Annie Leibovitz, and lesser-known artists like Rinko Kawauchi, this course offers students a comprehensive knowledge of photography. No camera required, as this is mainly an informational course. If you’ve been looking for fresh inspiration in your photography, this is the class for you!


Michael Angelo Medina

Michael Angelo Medina is a professional photographer and videographer. He studied English and Philosophy at the University at Texas Pan-American (now known as UTRGV), before moving on to work for publications such as The Monitor, Pulse Magazine, The Guardian, and US News & World Report.

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Refund Policy

  • No refund will be issued after or on the first day of class.
  • Should course be cancelled, due to insufficient enrollment, or any other internal reason, all of the students funds paid will be issued back in the same manner as the charge was made.
  • All other refunds will be issued at 50% in the same manner as the charge was made.
  • Refund may require 15 days to process.
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