This workshop is a practical, hands-on workshop limited to 8 participants, offered every
Exhibiting photographers are often faced with astronomical costs for matting work for an exhibition. By teaching them how to cut and by
offering them access to En Foco’s equipment (by appointment), photographers can take matters into their own hands. Additional workshops can be scheduled to accommodate demand – ask to be placed on our waiting list.
- IMPORTANT: Participants MUST bring two 16x20” matboards, and a print to mat.
- Archival Methods offers En Foco Members a 15% Discount (phone orders only; call En Foco for Membership Code)
- Have an upcoming exhibit? Members will have access to equipment on Thursdays (by appointment only)
||Bronx Council on the Arts
1738 Hone Avenue (at Morris Park), Bronx, NY 10461
||New date pending.
CAN'T WAIT THAT LONG? Ask to be placed on our waiting list, or bring a group of eight friends for a special class date!
$10 for members; $50 for non-members
Space is limited to 8 participants
Buy now, to guarantee your spot, or call us at 718.931.9311 with your creditcard.
|Cancellations accepted ten days in advance of workshop date, for full reimbursement. En Foco credit given up to five days before workshop.
Marisol Díaz, En Foco’s Program Director, was born and raised in the
Bronx, NY. She received a Bachelor in Arts degree in photography from City
College City University of New York (2002), and an Associates degree in
Advertising Arts from Bronx Community College (1993). Díaz has been with
En Foco since 1999, to curating its Touring Gallery exhibitions,
facilitating workshops, portfolio reviews, and New Works Photography
Awards. Other accomplishments include teaching photography at the Bronx
International High School, the Bronx River Art Center, the Millbrook
Community Center in the Bronx, and Pelham Hutchinson Elementary, in
Pelham, NY. She has also conducted workshops in collaboration with the
Bronx Museum of the Arts, the Bronx Council on the Arts and Pepatián. Díaz
has served as a panelist for the Bronx Council on the Arts, Bronx Net, and
Coca Cola’s Art in Harmony program. Díaz is a recipient of the Brio Award
(2007, 2004) from the Bronx Council on the Arts and the NY State Senate Award
for her contribution to the arts in her community (2002). Her work has
been exhibited in several galleries and alternative spaces in New York and
Philadelphia, most recently at El Taller Borícua in New York City.