Portfolio Review
SATURDAY APR. 23, 2022 | 10am to 2pm
Orazio Salati Studio and Gallery, 204 State Street, Binghamton, NY
Presenter: Orazio Salati, Gallery Owner
Open to Students and Adults, Portfolio Review will give you the opportunity to share your work to be critiqued and considered. Join us in April for a Portfolio review! Reviews will be conducted by local Arts Educator and Artist Orazio Salati. Salati has years of experience in Arts Education and as a professional artist.
Portfolio Reviews are FREE for Broome County High School Students and Broome County Arts Council members, and $15 for all others.
Pre-registration is required as review time-slots are limited. Please use this form to register: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdMCbEVJyi…/viewform or email [email protected] or call (607) 723-4620 to secure your timeslot today!

Create living ornaments that know no season. We’ll start with planning succulents into one ornament. Working with terrarium techniques, on a very small scale, first layering soil and sand to create visual interest. Choosing succulents and other decorations to complete the first of two living ornaments. The second will house an air plant. Air plants seem to thrive in the humidity captured by these open terrariums. Choose to make a pair by creating a similar landscape for your air plant or choose to design a unique environment for your second ornament. Gift wrapping will be provided should you choose to make a gift of your plant craft.

This class is great for all skill levels and is slightly messy.

All design elements and tools will be provided in class.

Your teacher will be Jasmine of KoKaDema Flora in Binghamton, NY. She is an expert in plant craft and has been educating the community in creating beautiful pieces made from nature.

Cost: $75 for non-members; $65 for Roberson Members

Register: https://roberson.charityproud.org/EventRegistration/Index/7120

Class is limited to 10 people to ensure social distancing and safety standards. Masks must be worn at all times.

Photography captures the wider world, and with macro photography we go a little closer. In this workshop, we’re using macro photography to discover the hidden world all around us–the little things in the little things.

Sean Murphy, local portrait and wedding photographer, will teach students the best techniques and methods to capture these extreme close-up photographs. Students can take these extreme close-ups by using a DSLR or Mirrorless camera and adding a macro lens OR employ a photography-hack to use an old school film lens to get amazing results.

This class is perfect for all experience levels.

Where: Roberson Museum, First Floor Carousel Theater

Price: $10 for Roberson Members; $20 for Not-Yet-Members

Masks are required when inside Roberson Museum.

Cameras will not be provided.

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