Chancellor and Senate

Photography Guides

Each week, typically on Tuesday and/or Wednesday mornings, U School students (grades 4-9) receive a lesson about art and photography in their U School classroom. Students learn about what art is, and fundamentals in artwork/photography such as composition, colour, and perspective. U School students then use digital cameras and are split into small groups with volunteers. The students and volunteers then spend approximately an hour together exploring campus through an artistic lens, taking photos that capture campus and elements of art from their perspective. Later in the afternoon, U School students get the change to do a photo editing session.

Our photography guise are a new role this year, and will involve doing exploration and photography sessions with U School students. This is an ongoing role with a limited number of positions available. Requirements for this unique position are as follows:

  • available Tuesdays OR Wednesdays from 9:30 or 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • committed to two separate 2-hour volunteer shifts each month for the duration of the semester
  • some experience, a high level of comfort, and a passion for working with school-aged children 
  • enthusiasm about art/photography/learning/exploration
  • high level of comfort navigating the U of A north campus
To fill out a photography guide interest form, click here.

U School Participants find photography to be a highlight of their week