HALLOWEEN NEON CAMOUFLAGE WORKSHOP: PHOTO SHOOT IN HoER EXHIBIT
Get your neon on and ?blend in? with the fantastic Meow Wolf Multiverse. Paint your face and hair to create unique photos illuminated with black lights. In this workshop you'll learn a new photographic technique that allows you and your friends to appear two or even three times within a single photograph. Everyone will walk away with a new photography skill and digital photos that could not be created anywhere else in the world.
Photos will be sent to participants, and are for personal use only. No commercial use of images made during the workshops is allowed.
Elizabeth Kunz is a nationally board-certified teacher with 20 years of experience teaching in Title I and bilingual classrooms within the Albuquerque Public School District. She is the arts integration specialist at Janet Kahn School of Integrated Arts, a public school working in partnership with the Santa Fe Opera and the Kennedy Center to provide high quality arts and arts integration experiences for students and teachers. Ms. Kunz has learned from and taught with teachers and students in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, Espa?ola, and El Paso, Texas as an arts integration specialist and through Dual Language Education of New Mexico as a key GLAD trainer. Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD) is a powerful research based framework that provides educators with effective instructional strategies to support academic language learners, bilingual students, emerging bilinguals, as well as newcomers or refugees and their teachers.
Elizabeth is a native New Mexican with deep roots in the New Mexico and Southern Colorado--Shiprock, Ignacio, Aztec, Farmington, Ouray, Silverton, and Telluride. With a degree in theatre and extensive experience in a wide range of dance forms as well as media arts, Ms. Kunz is delighted to work with the Santa Fe Opera Active Learning Through Opera program. There is nothing more important than raising the voices of children by getting them behind the camera to look closely at the world around them and develop the confidence to create the future they want to see.