Join us for the 2019-2020 season of Southern Exposures hosted by the Valley Land Fund. Open to youth ages 8-18, our Southern Exposures weekend workshops teach photographic composition and technique through hands-on demonstration, and constructive critique. Participants will produce a visual memory of their day and begin a creative portfolio while experiencing the wonders of the natural environment. Workshops for students are led by award-winning wildlife photographers and Texas Master Naturalist, Ruth Hoyt.
Photography lesson includes hike through natural area, picture taking, feedback and critique. Participants may bring their own digital camera or we will provide one for you.
The cost per workshop is $10.00 per student. Please register online to ensure your space is reserved.
If you need assistance with registration, please call (956) 686-6429.
Southern Exposures at Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
Date: Sunday, October 13, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Venue: Santa Ana NWR
Address: 3325 Green Jay, Alamo, TX 78516
Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is a 2,088-acre National Wildlife Refuge situated along the banks of the Rio Grande, south of Alamo in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, in Hidalgo County, South Texas. The wildlife refuge was established for the protection of migratory birds in 1943.
Southern Exposures provides a unique opportunity for youth and their families to share the experience of nature up close and personal. As a strategic outdoor education program, Southern Exposures actively connects children with their natural environment, teaches them about the nature around them, while endowing them with the tools, photography instruction and art concepts necessary to engage their imagination and express themselves creatively. All workshops are lead by Ruth Hoyt.