Workshop : ON UNDERSTANDING THE CREATIVE PROCESS WITH SPUTNICK PHOTOS
Public cible : Professional photographers, students in photography, non professional with a regular practice in photography.
Nombre de participants : 12
Prix : 240EUR / 120EUR (reduced price)
This 3-session intense workshop will focus on understanding the creative process and storytelling in personal documentary projects. Between the meetings (from January till April) the participants will work on their own series. This could be a continuation of the project they have already worked on or a new story.
During the sessions participants will receive in-depth feedback and theoretic input, corresponding to the stages of their projects.
First session : From 6th to 8th of January 2017
- research and finding the story
- developing the initial concept
- choosing the right way to tell your story
- review of the work in progress
Mid-term session : 18th - 19th of February 2017
- detailed feedback on the story development
- discussion of different options for leading the narrative
- working with your heroes
- use of text in your story
Final session : From 21st - 23rd of April 2017
- building the final narrative
- choosing the best form of presentation
- how to convey photo project in the book form
The five Sputnik Photos photographers will conduct the workshop sessions in turns and they will also share their experience of running an international collective. The last session will be partly led by the award winning book designer Anna Nalecka www.nalecka.com, who has designed all Sputnik Photos books.
About Sputnik Photos
Sputnik Photos is an international collective founded in 2006 by documentary photographers from Central and Eastern Europe. Experiencing the transformation of their home region has become a pretext for commenting on the social, political, and cultural processes occurring in it. Using photography, film, and photographic books, the collective has been building a record of the transformations in the former Eastern bloc for more than a decade. The activities are supported by a team of curators, writers, graphic artists, and animators of culture. Using documentary photography as a starting point, Sputnik photographers explore its modern dimension and functions, as well as experiment with its form and content. The collective is also dedicated to diverse forms of visual education with a view to supporting and promoting young artists from the region.
First session: From 6th to 8th of January 2017
Mid-term session: 18th - 19th of February 2017
Final session: From 21st to 23rd of April 2017
Price: 240EUR / 120EUR (students, unemployed)
Number of participants: 12
Public: Professional photographers, students in photography, non professional with a regular practice in photography.
Infos & registration :
T. +352 52 24 24 702
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