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Legacy Project Photography Workshop Series

Saturday, March 2


MarkC Nature Prevails Time(s): 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location:Palm Court Arts Complex | Map & Directions
Space is limited. Free admission passes will be distributed at 9:30 am.

While documenting the transition of former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro into the Orange County Great Park, the Legacy Project members famously turned a giant jet hangar into the world’s largest camera and used it to take the world’s largest picture. Now, the Legacy Project is offering a series of free on-site photo workshops providing participants an opportunity to improve their photographic vision and technique while accessing historic MCAS El Toro. 

The New Landscape Photography: Adventures in Chaos and Disorder with Douglas McCulloh

At last, a landscape photography workshop that gets gritty and gets real, including a photography safari on closed portions of former MCAS El Toro.  

Douglas McCulloh Bio:

Artist, educator, curator, and photographer whose works have been extensively exhibited in the U.S., Europe, Mexico, and China. Large scale projects include Chance Encounters (published by California Museum of Photography); On the Beach, with Jacques Garnier (published by the Southeast Museum of Photography); Dream Street (published by Heyday Books); 20,000 Portraits, databased digital portraits; and 60,000 Photographs in Hollywood. He is a three-time recipient of project support from the California Council for the Humanities and has curated 13 exhibitions of photography, including three for the California Museum of Photography.

Photo courtesy of Mark Chamberlain. 

FAQs 

Are the workshops suitable for all ages?

Legacy Project Workshops are recommended for high school students and above.   

What time should participants arrive?

Space is limited.  Free admission passes will be distributed at 9:30 am. 

Where does the workshop meet?

Workshops will begin at the Artists Studios in the Palm Court Arts Complex. 

Will food be available?

Please bring your own lunch.

Should participants bring their own camera?

Participants must provide equipment and supplies.