Cynthia Norcorss Willson, the First Photographer-In-Residence at the Murie Center in 2006, will be conducting the workshop "Celebrating a Time and Place Captured in a Moment" from May 25-29, 2010 at the Murie Center.
The Workshop is opend to all who have an interest in connecting with nature through the artistry of camera.
Stay at the Murie Historic Landmark Ranch in The Grand Teton National Park, explore the Tetons during spring's Middle Full Moon, also knows as the Corn Planting Moon/Flower Moon. The full moon is at 4:30 p.m. on the May 27. Participants will have an opportunity to become familiar with the ranch and the park in the two days before and after.
Cost for the workshop is $559 for four nights' lodging in a Murie Ranch cabin, all meals during structured program time (some free time for exploration is built-in), and tuition. A non-lodging option is also available for $229, which includes meals and tuition only. Also included in the price is admission to the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
Space is limited. There are only 10 cabins. Yellowstone Park is still closed just prior to Memorial Day.
Cynthia Norcross Willson has 35 year experience with the U.S. Department of State, bringing diverse groups of people from around the world together. Join her for this opportunity to capture moments in an incomparable setting, celebrating the Murie Legacy and the majesty of Grand Teton National Park.