Kids Photography Workshop at MT Audubon Center
Kids Photography Workshop (June 23 from 8:30 – 10:30am) - Photography is a fun way for kids to tap into their creativity while exploring the great outdoors. In this hands-on workshop, kids will learn how to use a point-and-shoot camera to capture unique photos of nature. Professional photographer Alexis Bonogofsky will help kids experiment with the different effects they can achieve in photos through subject choice, lighting, and composition. Kids should bring their own point and shoot camera. However, we have a couple of loaner cameras. Please call us at 294-5099 if you would like to borrow one for the workshop. $32/person ($29 for Center members). For kids entering 3rd - 6th grades. Space is limited. Register here.
Dates and Times
- Saturday, July 14, 2018 – 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Montana Audubon Center
Things to Know about Montana Audubon Center ● It's a nature space right within the city! ● Activities include nature walks, canoing, family and kids events and workshops and more. ● You can book a party there. ● The Shepherd's play space offers an outdoor natural playground for kids to explore!