Travel

Most major airlines service Missoula, Montana, which is approximately 80 miles  south west of Condon. Once in Missoula we suggest you rent a car or inquire about our shuttle (fees apply), which makes one pick up at 3:00pm the Sunday that your workshop begins.

 Meals
Because of our remote location and intensive nature of our workshops the workshop meal plan is a requirement,the cost is $275.00. We can cater to any dietary needs you may have. 

 All 3 meals are provided and snacks, coffee and or tea will be available throughout the day. The meals are delicious and homemade. 



 Transfer / Cancellation Policy

If for any reason you choose to transfer to a different workshop please notify us at least 30 days before the start of your first workshop. The transfer is dependent on space and availability and if any additional payment is necessary you will be invoiced.

If for any reason you need to cancel a workshop, please notify us at least 30 days before the start of your workshop.

 If notification of cancellation is made less than 30 days before the start of the workshop we will retain the $200.00 deposit. No refund will be given for $20.00 application fee, as it is non-refundable.

No refund of any  fees will be made for withdrawal/cancellation after the workshop begins.

If cancellation of your room is made less than 30 days prior to the start of the workshops no refund will be given.

In the event that WE  must cancel a workshop, for any reason, all fees and deposits will be refunded in full to you. With an exception to the non-refundable  $20.00 application fee.
7079 Hwy 83 N | Condon,  MT 59826
Call to inquire about Workshops - (800) 922-5255 - or email: Formulary@blackfoot.net
Accommodations
There are six rooms available onsite at our B&B on a first come, first served basis. All rooms are non-smoking with private bath. Double occupancy rooms, shared with another workshop participant (5 available), are for $250.00+tax per person for five nights, Sunday thru Thursday. Single room (1 available) are $450.00+tax. 

Camping is also available for $50+ tax. (Includes showers)

Reservation options are listed on the workshop application. Be sure to register early to reserve your rooms. 

There are Condo's for rent nearby  and we can give you contact information if needed, just ask.


 Meals
Because of our remote location and intensive nature of our workshops the workshop meal plan is a requirement, the cost is $275.00 for 3 home cooked  meals a day. We can cater to any dietary needs you may have. 

 All 3 meals are provided and snacks, coffee and or tea will be available throughout the day. The meals are delicious and homemade. 

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Workshop Information 
Workshop Fees
Workshop fees are listed under the course description for that workshop, each workshop cost varies according to instructor. 

Upon registration there is a $220.00 deposit and application fee due ($20 non-refundable application fee and $200 refundable* registration fee), and the remainder must be paid 30 days prior to the start date of that workshop. *The $200 registration fee is NOT refundable if cancellation is made by the participant less than 30 days prior to the workshop.


At the end of the workshop a Lab Fee is assessed based on the chemicals and supplies used and the number of students. Some lab fees will be significantly more than others based on the process used. For example,  processes using gold and silver like Salted Paper will be more expensive than processes like cyanotype.

Lodging fees are based on the type of lodging chosen, you can find these options on the application.

Meals are a flat rate of $275.00 for the week. 

Please see the Transfer/Cancellation Policy listed below.


Workshop Schedule

Your workshop begins Sunday at 6:00 pm with a dinner and overview from your instructor and ends the next Friday mid-morning at which time you will check out and pay any applicable lab fees. 

Each instructor is different as far as the morning start time, but be prepared for early mornings. 

​The dark rooms are available throughout your entire stay.

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Workshop  Facilities 

With a state of the art film-based darkroom, equipped with eight Saunders color head enlargers, and an 8x10 enlarger for those really big negatives, the Photographers’ Formulary offers a first rate venue to produce high quality photographic work. Two additional darkrooms designed and equipped for the alternative processes, combined with large, accessible work-spaces, assure maximum opportunity for a successful workshop experience. There is always ample darkroom time in the evenings for students to work. Workshop instructors can supervise evening sessions or there may be un-supervised sessions with your lab assistant for those who want to make the most of their time here.

If location, location, location is important in real estate, it’s crucial in photography. The Photographers’ Formulary sits in the middle of 26 acres of Montana’s Swan Valley, surrounded by mountains to the east and to the west, and along the shores of seven glacial lakes. The Bob Marshall Wilderness, the largest wilderness area on the continent of North America, lies just across the highway on the western slopes of the Rockies and climbs to the peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Brilliant sunrises and golden sunsets add to the beauty of our unique location, and help make it a photographer’s land of opportunity. To the west, across pasture-lands next door, the Mission Mountain Wilderness stretches into the distance.



Contact Lynn about the Artist in Residency Program lynnw@blackfoot.net