Photography Workshop with Dr. Theresa Bragg
The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art hosts Going Beyond the Snapshot: Cell Phone Photography with Dr. Theresa Bragg on November 5, 1 – 4 pm; open to adults and students over the age of 11- 18. Registration is required. All skill levels are welcome. Digital or cell phone camera required.
Dr. Theresa Bragg, a native Oklahoman, specializes in documentary and architectural photography. She began documenting small Oklahoma towns in the mid-1980s. Over the past several years, she has had numerous gallery shows, has contributed to statewide and national publications and worked cooperatively with Ron Frantz to publish Main Street: The Big Picture. The book was honored as a “Most Notable Document” by the American Library Association.
Dr. Bragg holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Photojournalism and a Masters of Education from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Oklahoma. She has a passion for sharing her knowledge of photography. Theresa currently teaches Photojournalism, Portrait, Documentary, and Digital 1 Photography at Oklahoma City Community College and Digital and Documentary Photography, Commercial Photography, Photojournalism and Graphic Design at St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee. She also is a contributing writer and photographer for the Transcript, The Sooner Catholic, Norman Magazine and Cleveland County Lifestyles.
“Theresa is an amazing photographer and skilled educator,” says Donna Merkt, MGMoA Curator of Education. “We are very pleased that she will be sharing her talents in this class. It should be educational and fun!”
The tuition for Going Beyond the Snapshot: Cell Phone Photography is $35 ($5 discount for museum members. Scholarships available.) Supplies are included. For more information or to register online, visit www.mgmoa.org/workshops.