Advanced Photography Seminar

with Dan McCormack and Eric Lindbloom

This course is offered on Thursdays, 6:00 pm
Sessions are scheduled 4-6 weeks apart.

Please call or email for details.


Dan McCormack, Tricia_P-01-10-16--13AB, pinhole camera. 

Dan McCormack, Tricia_P-01-10-16--13AB, pinhole camera


Get meaningful and regular feedback on photo projects. Bring work in progress - whether it's two prints or twenty - to each session. The group considers and responds to each photographer's progress. The discussions provide invaluable insight as each body of work develops.

New students may enroll with the moderators' approval. 

Tuition:  $160/4 sessions.


is ERIC LINDBLOOM is a recipient of the DCAC/DAF Individual Artist’s Fellowship award and the NYCA/CAPS grant. His work has been exhibited at Donskoj, Kingston and 292 Gallery, NYC, is included in International collections and is featured in Angels at the Arno, published by David Godine, Boston ’94.

DAN MCCORMACK earned an MFA in photography from the School of the Art Institute, Chicago. He won the Figurative Photography 2009 grant from the Ultimate Eye Foundation, was featured at the Peninsula Art Museum in California and has exhibited internationally. Dan heads the photography program at Marist College, Poughkeepsie.







William Noonan has a BFA from SUNY Purchase and has studied at the New York Academy of Art, the Art Students League in NYC, and the International School of Art in Umbria, Italy. After a career in graphics and publishing at the Village Voice in NYC, William returned full time to his first love: fine art. His work is exhibited locally, on Cape Cod, through internet venues, and is held in numerous privtae collections. An inclination for the figure and a deep love of Italian art inform his work and inspire him. 

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10 A.M. - 1 P.M.
Drop in: No Reservation Required!
$20 FOR 3 HOURS / Pre-purchase 5 sessions for $90 (to be used within 8 sessions)

Come spend your Wednesdays working with an experienced model.

Draw, paint (water-based), sculpt, do collage, or use another medium of your choice. We provide the model and the studio; you bring your materials and your creativity.

This will be a very relaxed, supportive environment, where you will have the opportunity to explore the human form. Poses will vary in length and our model will work with you to meet your artistic needs.

You might be surprised—this might be the very thing you have been waiting for!

Come see if it works for you.

Call with questions: 845-367-3108

We look forward to seeing you!