Labs School offers a multi-disciplinary curriculum of workshops, critiques, conversations and residency programs led by the most renowned image makers and industry leaders. Open to anyone seeking to enhance their career in photography, film, or fashion, Labs School provides the insight and access needed to succeed. Meet the artists and innovators who inspire a new generation, learn from the Labs master teachers, and connect with the global Labs community.
This Fall, we are excited to announce that as a way to continue the ethos of providing access to those who are most deserving regardless of advantage, Labs will offer the Master Workshops without tuition but with a $25 application fee. Ten participants will be chosen from the open call.
A unique week long Fashion Photography Residency program will initiate the Fall semester to offer participants an inside to activities surrounding the excitement of fashion week: a conversation with Petra Collins, portfolio reviews, a panel discussion with emerging fashion photographers, museum tours and fashion shows and workshops with prominent stylists, creative directors, agents, photo editors, curators and hair stylists will provide insight information.
FALL 2019 WORKSHOPS:
ALL YEAR ROUND:
Labs School began in January 2019 and offers workshops by the most renowned artists in their fields. September and October workshops will include a four-week “Photography and New Media” with Joshua Citarella; a photographic book making workshop with prominent Guggenheim recipient, Christian Paterson; a workshop in the business of photography with Becky Lewis, a senior agent with Art+Commerce; a portfolio review and presentation with Carson Sanders and Tyler Curry, the founders of Ain’t-Bad.
A monthly series of portfolio reviews as well as conversations in partnership with photograph magazine commenced with talks by Lucas Blalock and Sara Van Der Beek and will continue in the Fall.
“In a world today where access to success is still systematically denied to so many, Labs is committed to connecting those the furthest from the top of the pyramid and every step of the way to those at the pinnacle of achievement” Jimmy Moffat, Founder of Red Hook Labs, states.
Named “one of New York’s best galleries” by Dazed magazine, Labs has staged first solo exhibitions by Willy Vanderperre, Cass Bird, Jamie Hawkesworth, Stef Mitchell; three exhibitions of Nataal: New African Photography, and a survey of Malick Sidibe. Red Hook Labs has participated in PhotoLondon, AIPAD, and the Unseen Festival in Amsterdam, and has been the host of Foam Talent exhibition of Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam for the last three years.
Red Hook Labs has just concluded its third Labs New Artists III, a highly regarded exhibition of emerging and international artists, selected by a jury of industry leaders, and will travel to Milan and Oslo.
Labs is a public-benefit corporation located in Red Hook, Brooklyn dedicated to establishing creative communities and self-sustaining businesses in developing areas. Through our unique relationship with creative industries and commitment to education, events, and programming, we are able to connect education and continuing skills training to mentorship, internships and job placement.
Labs School profits help to support our non-profit Red Hook Labs Education and Jobs Initiative 501(c)3, enabling us to bring photography classes to public schools and community centers in Brooklyn, Los Angeles and London as well us to offer advanced education, skills training and internships to teens and young adults in underserved communities.
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