The Photography program at Tompkins Cortland Community College, in Dryden, New York, offers a strong foundation in traditional film-based and cutting-edge digital photographic practices. Small class sizes, a state-of-the-art facility, and a dedicated faculty of artists and professional photographers help to create a welcoming, lively, and challenging learning environment. Graduates of the two-year, A.S. degree program will:
- Possess the necessary technical skills to produce well-crafted photographic works.
- Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the principles and elements of visual design.
- Demonstrate the formation of a personal artistic vision, aesthetic sensibility, style, or approach to photography.
- Be able to articulate an understanding of the historical context of their work, and the manner in which other artists provided influence and inspiration.
- Be prepared to successfully transfer into a related four-year program.
To learn more about the TC3 Photography program and see detailed course descriptions please click here. General information about TC3 is located here.