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Mixed Media Fashion


A Week-long Summer Class
July 26–30 @ 1:00pm–4:00pm
Ages 13 to 17

This is for the student who is interested in many artforms including fashion design. Using their own photos and light sensitive dyes, they will use t-shirts or other clothing as the canvas for their photos. They will learn about fashion photography, photographing their own creations in CEPA’s professional studio. Cameras are available but students are more than welcome to use their own. For ages 13-17

Workshop Location

CEPA Gallery Education Center

Limited Availability

This workshop is limited to 8 participants

Dates & Times

July 26-30, 1:00pm-4:00pm

3 in stock

Additional Information

Individual: $225.00

Meet the Teaching Artist

Meet the Teaching Artist

Bradley Zubek - Photography Works 2020 - CEPA Gallery - Buffalo NY

Ever since Bradley was young, he felt the need to create. His favorite subject in school was art because it never felt like “real” schoolwork; it was a challenge to create something beautiful. He struggled to find the medium that would be best for him. When Bradley was 14, he came to a CEPA summer class taught by Sabrina Marazzo, a former CEPA student. Marazzo was a highschool senior at the time and applied to the Fashion Institute for Technology in NY. The following year, they co-taught a CEPA summer class and reconnected, talking a lot about Sabrina’s FIT experience. This networking experience influenced Bradley’s artistic experimentation with embroidery, embellishing clothing, making jackets for friends, and learning to sew. The feeling he got from using clothes as a canvas was so fulfilling that he realized he found his medium. In 2021, Bradley was accepted at FIT starting in the Fall. He couldn’t be more excited. The photography skills he learned at CEPA have already been beneficial as he used them to create his portfolio. More importantly, CEPA is where Bradley got the connections and mentorship he needed to find his voice. Bradley has designed this class, hoping to help other young artists find their medium!