CEPA’s after school programs give participating students the opportunity to learn about photography through hands-on experience with our exceptionally talented, professional teaching artists. Students study and practice a variety of photographic processes, including:
Here are just a few of our after school programs.
Created to expose Buffalo’s youth to its rich history and culture, CEPA’s Mapping Community encourages in-depth exploration and photographic interpretation through research, site visits and interaction with community leaders and historians.
CEPA’s mentoring program Photography Works is designed especially for students who have a serious interest in photography and are seeking an in-depth learning experience.
Writing with Light’s signature community arts program, Reclaiming Buffalo combines photography, computer literacy, and creative writing to inspire students from neighborhoods all over Buffalo to envision and affect positive change for themselves and their communities.
CEPA’s introductory program to the art of photography, Young Perspectives offers kids a glimpse into learning how to express themselves in a new way, and that what they have to say is important—whether it’s said using words or images.
To bring one of CEPA’s after school programs to your community, or to design an ongoing program, contact our Education Director Lauren Tent:
Together, we can put together a customized after school program that suits the needs of your youth, your community, and your budget.