Seeing and Thinking Photographically

27 October 2018

Workshop with Guest Artists Paul Hill MBE and Maria Falconer FRPS

This workshop was first delivered in 2017 and was so popular we are holding it again this year.

The workshop will focus on how we translate the three-dimensional world into an interesting two-dimensional picture. Paul and Maria will use short assignments to help you release your creativity and take your image-making to a new level.

Paul and Maria are both experienced professional photographers and teachers. They have completed projects for numerous high-profile clients and their work has been featured in national newspapers, such as The Guardian.

Paul and Maria are kindly offering this workshop at a lower price of £50 / £45 in support of next year's Photographic Prize exhibition. Paul helped to select and judge the RBSA's first Photographic Prize in 2017. Workshops by Paul and Maria would normally start at £95 per day, making this an excellent opportunity to receive high-quality tuition at a budget-friendly price.

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For more information, download the course outline from the upper-right of this page.

Booking essential

To book please contact the gallery on 0121 236 4353. Payment can be made in cash or by card or cheque. Cheques are to be made payable to RBSA.

Places are limited to 10 students per workshop. Allocation will take place on a first come first served basis, subject to receipt of full non-transferable and non-refundable payment.

The RBSA Gallery reserves the right to withdraw the course. In this eventuality, you will be notified and fully refunded.


£50 per person
£45 for Friends of the RBSA, Members & Associates, and full-time students

A valid student ID must be provided to receive a student discount.


10.00am - 5.00pm (with 40 minutes break for lunch)

Key Dates

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    27 October 2018

    Workshop with Paul Hill MBE and Maria Falkoner FRPS