Mount Rainier National Park Workshops
This service is operated under a Commercial Use Authorization administered by the National Park Service.
Join us on Mt Rainier for fun, excitement, achievement and camaraderie. Containing more glacial mass than the rest of the Cascade Volcanoes combined, there is no mistaking Rainier as the pinnacle of Cascade Grandeur. Get to know Mt. Rainier National Park intimately with experienced instructors who have a deep knowledge of the park. This is our home mountain.
When you join one of our photography workshops your are getting unmatched knowledge, access, and facilities.
The Rainier Workshops originate at the Kalākora Gallery in historic downtown Morton. We provide private van transportation for all excursions and gourmet fare along the way. Field excursions include instruction and are followed by image critiques, processing lectures and demonstrations, as well as fine art printing techniques at the studio. The workshops are production oriented, and you leave with a finished product. For those with tight schedules or in need of a custom program, check out our Private Excursions.
The gallery and the studio provide unmatched launching points for workshops on Mt. Rainier, a truly state of the art creative working environment, and an exceptional space for inspiration off The Mountain.
"This is our home mountain."
Discover Mount Rainier. Explore your vision. Discover your potential...
"Your facilities and program far exceed the other National Park workshops out there. It's great to take home a finished product, ready for framing!" ~Brad
"I learned a great deal and realized how much more there is to explore. Thank you for sharing your talent and energy. I very much enjoyed the class." ~Trish
"The coaching offered by Adam on selection of paper, ink, and printing helped me create a piece of art that I proudly display." ~Greg
".....it was truly what I was looking for and you exceeded my expectations....." ~Pat
"Your workshop is intense. I loved it. I couldn't sleep at night because I kept thinking of photo ideas." ~Mark