Spectacular New Mexico

Taos and Environs

Since the 1880s, photographers and artists, including Georgia O’Keeffe, Paul Strand, and Ansel Adams, among others, have been irresistibly drawn to the incredible landscape, brilliant clear light, and rich Native American heritage of New Mexico. 

Join us for a photographic adventure based at an historic hacienda in Taos, one of the first European settlements in the United States, which has many facets to its personality as a frontier outpost, Hispanic village, growing art center, and small Western town. We will explore the lofty peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the spectacular scenery of the Rio Grande Gorge, and the wondrous hills of Georgia O’Keeffe’s Ghost Ranch area. We will also photograph Native American pueblos, adobe structures, historic churches, and local festivals; spend a day exploring Santa Fe; and enjoy another day in Las Vegas, New Mexico, a picturesque Western town with more than 900 historical buildings. Frequent lectures combined with daily photographic activity will offer a rich input of technical and aesthetic concerns. Digital shooting and workflow will provide the opportunity for quick feedback and critiques of our daily trips.

This travel workshop is open to photographers of all levels who have a good working knowledge of their cameras. Moderate hiking and walking will be required in this fast-paced, information-packed workshop. Limited to 14 participants.

Instructor: Harvey Stein

Details

The workshop fee of $3,650 includes lodging for eight nights (double occupancy; $750 extra for single supplement), all breakfasts, most lunches and a welcome dinner.

A nonrefundable deposit of $1,000/person, to be applied toward the final payment, guarantees space on the trip. Final payment is due Friday, June 5, 2017.

Upon receipt of registration, participants will receive an information packet with travel suggestions and recommended materials to bring. The workshop begins on Saturday evening, August 12, in time for a group dinner, and concludes on Sunday morning, August 20.

Please register online or call the Education office at 212.857.0001 for more information.

TOP IMAGE: © Harvey Stein