This class took place June 26-30, 2006 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh .

Special thanks to Don Stolley and the Art Department for use of the safelights and contact printers,
to UW Oshkosh Science Outreach for the loan of the stopwatches,
and to the UW Oshkosh Biology Dept., who allowed us to use a Biology lab
for a makeshift darkroom, which we also made into a camera obscura.

For information about the GOAL program, contact Chris DeIuliis

For more information on Pinhole photography visit the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day web site

The artists

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Lucas Benish

Samuel Blawat

Katie Brands

Alex Ekberg

Moriah Marwitz

Taryn Otto

Ben Witman

The instructor was Nick Dvoracek and the group leader was Alissa Lapp .

There are sites for previous year's sessions

The photographs

Most of the photographs were taken with 5 inch long, 4x5 cameras made entirely by the artists themselves. (instructions in PDF format) We also made cylindrical cameras out of La Choy noodle cans and Pringles cans 3 inches in diameter, and Matchbox cameras.

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pinhole camera

Lucas

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Sam

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Katie

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Alex

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Moriah

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Taryn

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Ben

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Alissa

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If you have comments or questions about this web page please contact me,
Nick Dvoracek (the course instructor).