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3rd Annual Workshop at 3 Cent Farm - Portraiture

Fall Line Press is excited to offer our third annual workshop for artists and writers pursuing deep photographic projects with an eye towards publication. Our photography mentors this year are Jill Frank and Clay Jordan (bios below). Find inspiration in the land of Alice Walker, Flannery O’Connor and Joel Chandler Harris, in historic East Central Georgia. 

On Saturday, Jill and Clay will mentor photographers on a full day shoot in Sparta, GA with models who have agreed to work with the group. Workshop mentors will be available for discussion and feedback as the day progresses. In the evening, participants will gather for a bbq dinner at 3 Cent Farm where they will share and discuss their images and be given further guidance.

The half-day publication workshop on Sunday with Fall Line’s publisher, writer and artist, William Boling, will be held at 3 Cent Farm. Guest teachers will lead a small group of participants through a discussion of effective approaches to sharing art and writing through publishing. Consideration will be given to artist books, self-published art and photo books, independent presses, as well as zines and other non-traditional forms of publishing. Both the practical nuts and bolts of the process as well as the creative side will be considered.

Friday, November 9, 3-5pm
Registration, moonshine & tea at 3 Cent Farm                                                                             

Saturday, November 10, 9am-4pm
Full day shoot in Sparta, GA
7 pm: BBQ dinner at 3 Cent Farm                                                                                                  

Sunday, November 11, 9:30am-12:30pm
Publishing workshop at 3 Cent Farm

                                                                                                                                                           Full weekend $450
Saturday Only $350
Sunday Only $175

About Jill Frank

Jill Frank currently lives in Atlanta and teaches photography at Georgia State University.  She studied photography at Bard College and received an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has shown nationally and internationally, selected solo exhibitions include the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Her work has been featured in Art Papers and reviews of her work have appeared in Art Forum, The Paris Review and Bad at Sports. 

About Clay Jordan

Clay Jordan currently live in Athens and teaches photography at University of Georgia where he received his MFA in 2013. His work has been shown both nationally and internationally and his first monograph, “Nothing’s Coming Soon,” will be published by Fall Line Press in early 2019.