REFRAMING HISTORIES: PHOTOGRAPHY IN SEQUENCE
WITH APRIL HICKOX
May 10th – 16th, 2020
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 20th, 2020
This collaborative course, Reframing Histories: Photography in Sequence focuses on connections to the landscape, which embrace land use (urban and rural), sustainability, site-specific interactions, and personal relationships to the land.
Through the exploration of site and place, this studio-based photography course will propel participants to respond to a new environment while intertwining their personal areas of interest. During this seven-day experience, learners will be given a series projects asking them to respond using their personal cultural history or their experiences in Florence as inspiration. At the start of the session, each day will center around responding to a landmark in the city, including both the natural environment, historical sites and museums. The participants will have the opportunity to link the series of small assignments into a linked body of work or to use the tasks as a way to generate new directions for their creative practice.
Spaces are limited, submit your registration fee to reserve your space!
Register or learn more at http://ocadu.ca/florence
At the link there are also photographs of our studios, details of what is included in each program, draft schedules and testimonials from past participants.
For any questions about any of the series non-credit courses being offered in Florence, contact:
JENNIE SUDDICK, MFA
MANAGER, INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS & PARTNERSHIPS