COURSES AND WORKSHOPS AT THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY (ICP)
The ICP School offers more than 400 courses that range from traditional film and darkroom practice to digital media. The state-of-the-art facility features black-and-white and color labs, digital labs, and a professional shooting studio. The faculty of ICP represents some of the world's most accomplished and innovative practitioners, offering expert guidance and inside perspectives into the field of photography.
Through a special program, as a Barnard student you are entitled to take up to two ICP classes per semester. These range from one-day workshops to full semester courses. Classes are listed at www.icp.org/school/courses-and-workshops. Please note that Barnard will pay your ICP tuition directly; you will not, however, receive Barnard credits for ICP courses. Barnard students seeking credit for photography in conjunction with the ICP are required to enroll in the course AHIS BC3003 Supervised Projects in Photography. Students enrolled in the course are required to take at least one class at the International Center for Photography.
To enroll in an ICP course, fill out the Google documents form from this link:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1U5wYV9RfG1fLSDMnBJ55CatM6E-_jMqDGZTKSGmgW0Q/formrestricted Be sure to access this from your gBear account because the document can only be accessed from a barnard.edu domain. (Make sure you close all other windows in your browser before attempting to access the Google docs form.) Once you have completed the form, the ICP will process your request and send you a confirmation.