Workshops, Lectures, Seminars and Classes
Jesús Garza teaches immersive classes on photography, curation, digital media and video. Please contact him if you are ready to implement a new academic course. Garza has extensive-practical experience as a photographer and was an instructor at the prestigious Academy of Art University in San Francisco before moving to Fort Worth, Texas.
The photographer has lectured at the Ronald Reagan Building (The National Museum of the American Latino for the Smithsonian Institution), University of California at Berkeley, the University of Redlands, the University of North Texas, San Bernardino Art Museum, Saint Mary's College of Maryland, San Jose State University and other venues.
Garza has participated on countless panels and produced unique television programs on photography and mass communications. His work has been exhibited and published extensively and is part of university and museum collections including the Smithsonian.
Jesús Garza is available to teach the following courses:
Fine Art Darkroom Formula
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Yes, you have options
Want to start a course in serigraphy, drawing, intaglio, painting, art direction, art history, curation, arts management, videography or photography? Garza works with many international artists, curators and academics with diverse backgrounds who can help you create a new class, event, exhibition, seminar or workshop. Call or email Jesús Garza today to get started.
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