October 4, 2022 - October 25, 2022

Connecting Through Photography

With Instructor Max Bouvatte

Every Tuesday in October at St. Louis Arc (3117 S. Big Bend)
October 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th, 2022
In-Person: 6-7:30pm CST

Ages: 21-35

A 4 session course where students will learn the power of photography to connect us to the outside world, our community and to one-another.

This course has been tailored for people within the Arc network, and is open to individuals with ASD and other intellectual disabilities. Through the use of a smartphone camera app, students will learn basic digital camera functions, and gain practical skills using the apps manual camera settings. Students will complete fun photo projects inside and outside of class, and be able to print their photos at the end of the course for a photo exhibition.

List of Materials:

  • Camera Phone
  • Notebook

Max Bouvatte is a professional photographer and videographer from St. Louis, Missouri. Max has been using his camera to tells stories for over 15 years. He has worked for a number of publications across the country, including the San Francisco Chronicle and the Webster-Kirkwood Times.

Max enjoys helping others, and his work for the St. Louis Arc as well as teaching at Maryville University are a few ways he connects and grows with the people around him. Max hopes to share with you the power the camera has to reveal things about ourselves and the world around us.

Photo © Linpaul Rodney

CONNECTing Through Photography

Please call (314) 535-1999 or email for further assistance 

IPHF does not provide refunds for class cancellations.