Whether in opposition to or inspired by, our families have played an enormous role in shaping our personalities and perspectives. Making art about our families can be a vehicle to both understanding our families and ourselves better. The thoughtful perspective that art brings allows us to take ownership of the parts of our families that we want and leave behind the rest. This six workshop class will create space for students to draw from a mix of video, photography, and writing to dive deep into looking candidly at what makes us who we are. The class will be taught by videographer / photographer / writer, Martin Krafft, a recent MFA graduate from the University of Arizona.