Great news for all young photographers, The Photo Club is coming to Bath and offering a series of courses and workshops to help them get the most out of their photography skills.
The projects are designed to help young photographers learn new skills and be creative, while also improving self-expression and creativity.
“We focus on activities that help with young people’s mental health and wellbeing, while also capturing great images and having fun,” explained Kez Hawkins from The Photo Club.
“The Photo Club projects are popular with the young people because they have the opportunity to use a professional camera and learn new skills. The sessions are fun and relaxed with options to adapt at any point. What’s different about The Photo Club is I don’t just teach photography, I aim to work on self development in areas such as confidence, motivation and self expression.”
Projects run throughout the year and at different venues across Bath and the West Wiltshire, and are adjusted to meet all young people’s needs.
The next project in Bath is for children 11-15 years and will run for six weeks on Monday mornings from 10-11.30am at the Percy Community Centre. The cost is £120. The aim of the course is to learn photography tips and techniques, and build a sketch book or blog on the student’s chosen subject. Activities will be set each week to help the participants progress towards a final gallery event.