Jenn Libby has extensive teaching experience and is available to teach analog photography classes and workshops at the studio or on location. We offer small group workshops and private tutorials.
Professors can schedule a class visit to the studio for a lecture and demonstration of the wet-plate collodion process.
Libby is also available as a visiting artist for grades K-12, and as a visiting lecturer on historic photographic processes.
Libby has been teaching since 2005. She has taught B&W darkroom photography at the University of Rochester, Nazareth College, and Mansfield University. She taught historic photographic processes in the MFA program at the Visual Studies Workshop.
She has taught week-long wet-plate workshops at the Visual Studies Workshop and Snow College in Utah, in addition to one and two-day workshops at The Community Darkroom in Rochester and at her studio.
Libby has been a visiting lecturer on the wet-plate process at Snow College, Mansfield University, and Rochester Institute of Technology. She has hosted graduate and undergraduate classes from University of Rochester, RIT, and Monroe Community College at her studio.
Libby taught numerous digital and analog photography classes to children at the George Eastman Museum. She has been a visiting artist at West Irondequoit High School and Abelard Reynolds School No. 42.