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© 2020 BOKEH JUNIORS CAMERA CLUB

HOLIDAY
WORKSHOPS
 

BJCC Holiday Workshops normally run over 2 / 3 or 4-days in the half-terms and holidays.

1 day costs  £45 per child / one day - £45

2 days cost £40 per child / per day = £80

An additional sibling discount of 15% is further applied when 2 or more children from the same family, book for the same days.

1 day costs  £45 per 2 siblings / one day - £76

2 days cost £40 per 2 siblings / per day = £136


EASTER 2020 |  HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS
SARRATT VILLAGE HALL
 

WEEK 1

Tuesday 7th & Wednesday 8th April | 9.00 am - 3.00 pm 
 

WEEK 2
Thursday 16th to Friday 17th | 9.00 am - 3.00 pm 


Children must supply their own digital camera. Any of the following formats is ideal:


DSLR / notepad / tablet / iPad / smartphone / iPhone

Please ensure that the battery is charged fully and the memory card has sufficient space prior to arriving for the lesson

A maximum of 18 children per session

The session is split between a classroom and working outside, weather applicable!

Each child will complete the course with a selection of their work printed in a portfolio!

BOKEH JUNIORS IS ABOUT MUCH MORE THAN JUST & SHOOT...
 

Good photography is a gift to everyone. 

In a world of 3.3 billion smartphones, photography is an easily accessible medium.
We can now all capture "the moment"...

But photography is an art and deserves learning and understanding of technique.

ALBERTO GIACOMETTI
"ARTISTICALLY I AM STILL A CHILD WITH
A WHOLE LIFE AHEAD OF ME TO DISCOVER AND CREATE."

“This is the best day ever!

I love taking photographs now...” 

HIGHBURY QUADRANT PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPIL

SALVADOR DALI
“A TRUE ARTIST
IS NOT ONE WHO
IS INSPIRED,
BUT ONE WHO
INSPIRES OTHERS.” 

"It's the way one teaches, not what one teaches, that is the important thing. And you have whatever that “way" is in bucket loads!"
SARRATT PRIMARY SCHOOL PARENT

GUSTAV KLIMT
“ART IS A LINE AROUND YOUR THOUGHTS.” 

“My son doesn’t leave the house 
without his camera now. 

He is so inspired by the classes!” 

SARRATT PRIMARY SCHOOL PARENT