• 20 JULY 2019 (SAT)
    11:00AM – 5:00PM
  • 21 JULY 2019 (SUN)
    11:00AM – 5:00PM

VENUE WILL BE INFORMED UPON REGISTRATION

Description | Photography

The camera is often seen as an image-capturing technology that serves a series of purposes. When these purposes are linked together in a chronology, they form a history of photography. Paying attention to photographic cultures offers us a way to think about power and the way these are negotiated through photographic images.

Using a combination of seminar-style talk, discussion and mini exercise, the workshop offers participants the basic building blocks to explore photographic cultures. Participants are expected to produce a written piece of work which demonstrates a basic understanding of the many ways that photography gains new meaning and value within a community.

Pre-registration is required.