In this 9-session program, participants will use the medium of photography to explore issues surrounding social justice, with each participant ultimately creating a set of photographs that will communicate the importance and impact of social justice to the observer of their images. The participants’ photos will be exhibited as a group within Dominican Center.
People from all faith traditions are welcome and encouraged to attend. Likewise, any type of camera can be used for the course – digital SLR, point-and-shoot, cell phone camera, or polaroid – all are welcome. While there are no specific technical prerequisites to the program, photography fundamentals and basic camera use will not be covered. Therefore, a working knowledge of one’s camera is recommended.
Focus: Photography Editing
APR 7 - 28 | Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
During this first segment, participants will choose an issue related to social justice and begin considering approaching the issue photographically.
We will also address the technical topics of editing images using Adobe Lightroom, printing edited images using online photo lab services, and mounting and framing the final prints for gallery exhibition.
Illuminate: Social Justice Through Photography
MAY 19; JUN 2, 16, 30; JUL 14 | Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
The second segment addresses the challenge of communicating social justice through the art of photography. Participants will share their perspectives, knowledge, and commitment to advancing justice with each other. We will explore how to create and present photographic images that effectively convey the artist’s vision to the observer.
Presenter: Barry Brown, Professional PhotographerEvent Website
Cost: $135Report this event
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