Pictured: (L) Antoine d’Agata (R) Jeanette Spicer during a 3 day intensive photographic workshop in NYC organized and facilitated by Spicer for Magnum Photos.

Spicer creates unique workshops that not only build technical skills, but support visual literacy and conceptual thinking at all levels, to help artists hone their verbal and visual skills to make strong, cohesive work.

Available Courses

  • Photography 101
    Course now available

    Dates: Oct 5 – Nov 30, 2020
    Meets: Mondays from 5 – 7pm
    Location: Zoom
    Cost: $200 for 8 weeks
    Level: Beginner
  • The Self Portrait as Exploration
    Course now available

    Dates: Oct 6 – December 15, 2020
    Meets: Thursday from 2-5pm EST
    Location: Zoom
    Cost: $300
    Level: Intermediate/Advanced
  • Art and The Everyday
    Course available at The International Center of Photography Fall 2020

    Dates: Oct 8 – December 17, 2020
    Meets: Thursday from 2-5pm EST
    Location: CE Zoom Classroom
    Fall Tuition: $650
    Level: Intermediate
  • Reevaluating The Frame
    Course now available

    Dates: Oct 13 – Dec 8, 2020
    Meets: Monday from 1pm – 3pm EST
    Location: Zoom
    Cost: $200
    Level: Beginner/Intermediate

Individual Consultations Available

Consultations are also offered which provide a one on one intensive. See more about pricing here and detailed information about specific mentorships currently available here.

About Jeanette

Jeanette Spicer is a photographer and educator with several years of experience educating within nonprofits, educational institutions and agencies in New York City; a few include The International Center of Photography, Pratt Institute, School of Visual Art, and Magnum . Trained first in the darkroom for several years, and then digitally, Spicer’s understanding of photography is vast. Spicer’s personal work engages with intimacy, the gaze, and how the body is situated within spaces. Working with photography, video and multimedia, she understands that not all projects are always realized in a set of photographs. Therefore, her workshops and mentorships support students interested in working with various mediums to best support the given concepts. She believes in creating a learning environment that is constructive, supportive, and rooted in open dialogue. Spicer’s passion for teaching photography is not only to share her experience and ideas, but to work collaboratively with students to help them realize their specific interests and passions. Read more about Spicer here.