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    Spirit of Structure workship with Tillman Crane

    SPIRIT OF STRUCTURE: ABANDONED FARMS OF NORTH DAKOTA
    May 3 – 7, 2010
    Rugby, North Dakota

    A unique opportunity to photograph in a number of abandoned homesteads, nearly deserted towns and farm museums in north central North Dakota. Some buildings are mere shells while others still contain the relics of every day life. This is a shooting workshop and all camera formats welcome. There is no processing available for film users so if you wish to view work on a daily basis you are encouraged to bring a digital camera for previewing your work. For those working digitally I encourage you to also bring a lap top computer to view and share your work. All participants are asked to bring a small portfolio of work to share with the group.
    The Spirit of Structure workshops are centered on photographing in the man-made environment. Despite the perception that photographing buildings falls under the genre of “architectural” photography in truth these structures also provide rich opportunities for the genres of landscape, portrait or still life. In other words, they provide something of interest for everyone.
    This workshop will be based in and around Rugby ND. Rugby is the geographical center of North America, with a population of approximately 3000. We will be working in isolated farmhouses and barns, a small prairie church, schoolhouse, grain elevators, a town that is virtually a ghost town, and a living history museum on prairie life. Thanks to the efforts of my friend, Dan Smith, we have obtained the permission of private landowners to explore these buildings. Some are door and windowless ruins. Others are more completely preserved. Some still contain the belongings of the long gone families. We will ask ourselves questions about the nature of the structures and use them as sets for created or recreated memories. Farmhouses, barns and outbuildings hold the clues to the history of those who lived in them as well as our own personal sense of history.
    We will have the opportunity each day to work in at least two locations. All locations will be out of Rugby, with a travel time of 15 minutes to an hour away. If you find that one house in particular speaks to your creative self more than others, you will be able to return to that location several times. In the evenings we will review the day’s work and share the portfolio work you bring.
    Transportation, Lodging
    Hotel:
    Northern Lights Inn
    HWY 2 East
    PO Box 165
    Rugby, ND 58368
    701 776 5776
    Travel:
    Minot ND (MOT) is ~ 62 miles from Rugby. It is served by Northwest Airlines
    Bismarck ND (KBIS/BIS) is ~ 165 miles from Rugby. It is served by Northwest as well as a number of smaller airlines.
    AMTRAK serves Rugby as well
    Rental Car:
    Participants will need to arrange for car transportation. Contact me if you are interested in sharing with other participants and I will provide interested students’ contact information.
    Available in Minot: Hertz, Avis, National
    Tentative Workshop Schedule

    Sunday 5/ 2 6 p.m. - Northern Lights Inn/Dinner & Introductions
    Monday 5/3 Rolette area
    Tuesday 5/4 Rolette area
    Wednesday 5/5 Town of Knox
    Thursday 5/5 West of Rugby: Church, Grain elevators, 2-story houses
    Friday 5/6 South of Rugby
    Registration
    If you enjoy working in old and or abandoned locations then this workshop is perfect for you. Call 207-230-0199 or contact tillman@tillmancrane.com for more information. To register for workshop please contact donna@tillmancrane.com.

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    The attached images are from the areas we will be working in. They are Copr. Dan Smith. Dan lives in the area and has arranged for access. He photographs the area with 8x10 and 5x7 Deardorffs as well as smaller formats.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Happy Bales 1 WEB .jpg   NDWEB-Farmhouse-&-Path B&W.jpg   WEB-BurWindow1Copr-DanSmith.jpg  



 

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