The Kentucky Kernel's 2014 Fall Photojournalism Workshop
Join us for another great workshop in 2014. We will continue the tradition of an immersive photojournalism experience for students with all levels of experience. We promise another top-notch cast of coaches and staff for you to learn from and be inspired by.
Our location will be determined during the summer of 2014. Registration will not open until late summer.
Learn from the best
Labelle, a workshop founder, has instilled his love for feature photography in students across the country.
Detrich is a staff photographer at the Indianapolis Star and a multiple NPPA Regional Photographer of the year.
Certain things may come to you naturally. But getting to where I am, they do not just come to you. They come with hard work and dedication. They come with that fire.
More information & Sponsors
More workshop info
The Kentucky Kernel's Picture Kentucky Photojournalism workshop was created to give University of Kentucky students an intensive, hands-on experience with some of the finest photojournalists in the country. Over the years, we have allowed students from other Universities to join us. We limit the number of students to 16 for our four coaches to maximize the time you have with a coach. When space allows, a "non-student" may join us. If you are not a student at a University, we ask that you go ahead and submit an application, but you will be placed on a waiting list until we know how much space we have.
The 2014 workshop location will be determined during the summer of 2014. We have another awesome line-up of coaches.
Tuition for this year's workshop will be $250 for currently enrolled students and $400 for non-students. You won't find another photojournalism workshop of this caliber for such a low tuition. Tuition does not include food.
Payment of tuition is due before the workshop begins. We insist that payment be made by then so we can give those on the waiting list plenty of time to plan.
We are looking for sponsors to help make this an affordable experience for our students. The Kentucky Kernel is a non-profit and your support may be tax-deductible. If you would like to make a contribution to this workshop, please use contact information for David Stephenson.
Sponsor: The Kentucky Kernel
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