Explore photography and archiving as a tool for social change with a new series of workshops focusing on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Take part in this three-day series of free workshops that will explore photography as a method of storytelling through the Black Lives Matter movement.
Delivered in partnership with Kwame Daniels (Bounce Culture), the programme will help you develop skills in photography as well as exhibition and curatorial design.
How will it work?
Sessions will be delivered online via Zoom and Slack - all with the support of the Making the Future team.
The workshops will take place from July 5 - 8th, with sessions at 10.30 - 12.00pm.
This programme is FREE and open to anyone based in Northern Ireland or the border counties.
For more details, or to discuss any requirements, please contact Danielle Carragher: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kwame Daniels is a vinyl-loving DJ & creative; Kwame has worked extensively as an individual artist facilitator within the public, private and community sectors. He is also the founder and CEO of Bounce Culture, a not-for-profit organisation that uses creative digital technology to aid personal development and skills training.
Macy Stewart is a 21 year old fashion and portrait photographer based outside Belfast. To date, Macy's work has appeared in magazines Vogue Italia, Dazed, Turf & Grain, as well as shooting campaigns for designers Hope Macaulay and Alanna Richardson