International Center of Photography Now Offering Online Classes

August 14, 2013 | Kyle Chayka

Beginning this Fall, the International Center of Photography will begin offering a select few of its classes online. The organization functions as a photography museum, a renowned school, as well as a research center. It’s important and renowned. Hurry!

ICP’s online education platform supports the unique needs of a photographic education. Each course provides a socially interactive learning environment in which students can access and discuss assignments and course materials. Each student is provided with his/her own dedicated online web gallery to upload work for discussion and critique.

Classes meet in weekly live sessions (webinars) for instructor-led critiques and lectures. The fall course offerings are listed below.

To ensure that students receive a qualitative learning experience, enrollment in each course is limited. To secure a spot in these initial course offerings, early registration is recommended.

Only a few select courses are currently being offered online at the moment––these courses include The Portrait, Visual Sincerity, and the Construction of TruthDeveloping a Personal Vision, and Approaching Contemporary Photojournalism. If you can swing the $500 course fee — or work some time in the cages for credit — do it. (Image: theeyesintheass/Flickr)