Question of Power Mentorship Program
Workshops ~ 2019
Mentorships are designed to assist in the development of specific photographic projects or to expand one's photography skills. Sessions are conveniently offered through distance learning or on location in New Mexico. All fees are tax deductible and help support our Greater Chaco Landscape Project through Naamenhnay, Inc. a 501(c3) non-profit foundation.
Distance Learning Mentorship Programs include portfolio reviews, long-term projects, or advancing your photography skills. Distance learning mentorships are based on four SKYPE sessions over three months with assignments designed to meet your personal photographic goals. Suggested donation is $1425.00.
Private on location in New Mexico sessions are also available at a suggested donation of $800.00 per day.
Making your support work. All donations help us continue our work on the Greater Chaco Landscape Project dedicated to preserving Chaco Canyon Historic Cultural Preserve from encroaching industry and to provide a voice for the people affected by such industry. To learn more please visit Naamenhnay Project, Inc. Question of Power
To discuss and plan your mentorship contact Carlan.
Greater Chaco Landscape
April 9 - 13, 2019 - Naamehnay Project, Inc.
Chaco Culture National Historical Park, located in northwest New Mexico, is arguably the most significant ancient cultural site in the United States. Between AD 600 and 1260 Chaco Canyon was a major hub for the Ancient Pueblo People. The canyon contains the remnants of great houses, kivas, roads, gridded gardens and irrigation systems built by a people who were proficient in astronomy, architecture, agriculture and the arts. This workshop presents a rare opportunity to explore and photograph Chaco Canyon’s great architectural and cultural heritage. You’ll walk on ancient roads and through buildings placed and designed by the cycles of the moon and sun, and by the Chacoan’s amazing innate grasp of engineering parallel to today’s technology. The workshop will also focus on the breathtaking surrounding areas known as the Greater Chaco Landscape. This includes Angel Peak Badlands and Ah-Shi-Sle-Pha, two areas known for its unusual geological landforms found only in the Four Corners Region of New Mexico. More Information
Portraits of the American Southwest
July 7 - 12, 2019 - Santa Fe Photographic Workshops
Document the faces and characters of New Mexico: cowboys, artists, musicians, fifth generation Spanish families, and independent souls. More Information
Through the Lens: A Cultural Journey of Northern New Mexico
October 7 - 11, 2019 - Santa Fe Photographic Workshops
This workshop explores authentic Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico, with its storied past and its current-day allure. A host of local storytellers, historians, artists, scholars, and writers join us to enhance our photographic journey.
"Thank you Carlan for a wonderful experience. You have a special gift for sharing combined with your creative and warm spirit. I have been home a week, but a big part of me is still in New Mexico."