Photograph Havana, Cuba with two veteran photographers, teachers and travelers!

Cuba 2017

CUBA – Photographic Workshop

January 11-16, 2017*

Venture behind the scenes and explore the “hidden Havana” in this short photographic workshop.  There is concern that American influence will change the historical nature of the city as more trade and commerce is allowed.

This workshop is intended to photograph and document Havana, Cuba, as a city with a sense of place; steeped in history, traditions and culture.

Workshop Leader Spotlight

Dan Dry

Dan Dry, Managing Director of PriceWeber Content Studio in Louisville.  Dan is a national and international award-winning photographer, who has traveled for National Geographic, lectured and mentored thousands of students colleges and universities around the country and judged countless professional creative competitions for the past 30 years.

Learn more about Dan Dry.  



jeanieS12Jeanie Adams-Smith, former photo editor at the Chicago Tribune, Photojournalist, and current Professor at WKU. Jeanie’s work has been described as “individual works of art, which give the viewer a true glimpse into the lives of the subjects.” She has received state, regional, and national acclaim for a number of her photo projects. Her most recent project, Doorways of Old Havana, stemmed from two recent trips to Old Havana, Cuba, which takes a visual look at the cultural significance of doorways in Old Havana, the area of Cuba’s national capital that lies within the original Havana city walls.

Learn more about Jeanie Adams-Smith and her experience in Cuba.  


Spots are limited.  Register right away at this link. 

* Final dates are tentative due to flight and hotel options

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