Art House Productions Announces Music & Media Summer Camp For Teens

Art House Productions announces the Jersey Art Exchange Media & Music Makers Camp for students entering grades 7-12 in Fall 2021.

The camps will take place Mondays – Fridays, July 5 – July 16, from 1pm – 5pm at 150 Bay Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302. Each track is led by a digital art, and/or music professional. Masks and social distancing will be enforced.

“I’m so happy to be running this program again,” says Program Director Jacqueline Arias. “It’s a perfect way for teens to spend the summer – exploring their neighborhoods and tapping into their creative spirit. We always have a blast!”

All teens will learn the basic history & background of rap, rock & pop music. Teens will learn to collaborate with other musicians and teens. They will also choose to have individual instruction on songwriting, beat making, or piano.

Teens will learn to use photography, video

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Barbara Ess, an artist and musician best known for plumbing the limits of perception with a pinhole camera, died on Thursday at her home in Elizaville, N.Y. She was 76.

The cause was cancer, according to Bard College, where she was an associate professor of photography.

In a varied career rooted in the downtown Manhattan art scene of the 1970s and ’80s, Ms. Ess sang and played guitar and bass in Y Pants, the Static and other “No Wave” bands — hard-charging rejoinders to the perceived commercialism of punk — and published an influential mixed-media zine.

But it was in 1983 that she found her muse when she happened upon an article about pinhole cameras in The New York Times. Admitting light directly through a tiny aperture with no focus mechanism, a pinhole camera was easy for Ms. Ess to build at home. Without the distortion of a lens,

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Every month, in our new franchise Behind the Lens, we will be getting to know the women behind the beautiful images that fill the magazine’s pages and illustrate our online storytelling at Harper’s Bazaar. From celebrity cover stories to fairy-tale fashion editorials, every image is lovingly captured by one of our talented pool of visionary photographers, without whom the brand wouldn’t be what it is today.

This month we’re turning the spotlight on photographer Paola Kudacki, recently responsible for our February 2021 cover starring the inimitable Iman.

How did you get into photography?

“My first dream was to be a ballet dancer. I was born in a small town called General Rodriguez in Buenos Aires, Argentina. My father was an artist, so I grew up surrounded by paintings and art books, with paint in my hands. He was a bohemian so that was very inspiring and crazy

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