YWGNO Photography and Writing Workshop
Saturday, April 20, 2013; ends at 12:30 PM (CDT)
New Orleans, United States
Taught by husband and wife Ray and Christina Taix, this workshop provides an opportunity for boys and girls to explore their creativity through photography and writing. They will also learn how one art form can inspire the other and lead to the creation of something new. In addition, some student work will be published online on the YWGNO website and blog, building participants’ personal portfolios and inspiring other young writers in the community. Completion of the workshop grants membership in YWGNO and allows participation in various writing contests, guild meetings, and events.
- Dates: Saturdays from April 20 - May 11
- Time: 10:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
- Location: Loyola University New Orleans Monroe Library
- Ages: 9 - 18
- Cost: $80
- Deadline: April 17, 2013
Participants will need to bring their own digital cameras to each meeting, and they are responsible for the maintainance and care of their equipment. They should also have access to a home computer and a flash drive.
The workshop must have a minimum of five registered participants. If the minimum requirement is not met, all money will be refunded.
Ray Taix is the owner of The Brothers Taix Photography and is the Creative Director at SLS Arts, Inc. Christina Taix is the founder of the Young Writers Guild of New Orleans and an English teacher at Archbishop Chapelle High School.
For more information about Young Writers Guild of New Orleans, visit our website at www.ywgno.org.
THE FINE PRINT: By registering for this workshop, you, as parent or legal guardian, give express permission for Young Writers Guild of New Orleans and ywgno.org to publish the visual or written works of participants for the purposes of education and promotion of creativity. Additionally, images of participants may be used for the website or promotional purposes. To the best of our ability, proper credit will be given for all creative works on ywgno.org and promotional materials. Young Writers Guild of New Orleans will not be liable for errors in posts or credit information, but we will do our best to correct or update mistakes that are brought to our attention.
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Young Writers Guild of New Orleans
The Young Writers Guild of New Orleans provides opportunities for boys and girls in the Greater New Orleans area to explore their interest in writing and to collaborate with other young writers. These opportunities include various writing workshops, contests, group activities, and exposure to the local professional writing community.
Christina Taix, the founder of the Young Writers Guild of New Orleans, is a graduate of Loyola University New Orleans and has been an English teacher at Archbishop Chapelle High School since 2000. In addition to teaching a full range of standard English classes, she is the yearbook and newspaper moderator and teaches a creative writing course for the ACHS Summer Camp. It was through these experiences that she saw a need for children to have an earlier introduction into writing as a creative outlet and not as a chore. Thus, YWGNO was born.