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The power of photography workshop

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Open program, Workshop
Free Event
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Glenn Lockitch
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Location: Peter Forsyth Auditorium, Franklyn Street, Glebe NSW, Australia
Entry Fee: Free, donations welcome
Presenter(s): Glenn Lockitch, Barbara McGrady, 107 Projects

A free afternoon workshop for aspiring photographers led by Glen Lockitch. The workshop will provide practical advice on making better photographs and to photographers wanting to expand their photography practice.

Supported by 107 PROJECTS and Indigenous Sports Heroes Exhibition, Glebe

This project is funded by Create NSW and City of Sydney

Please bring:

A camera or mobile phone with camera and a notebook and pen. Your favourite photograph to show in class, if you have one, either as a print or jpg on a USB.

THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE

Maximum 20 people.

For adults and anyone 15-years-old and up.

Please Note: Anyone under 18 needs to either be dropped off by a parent/guardian or have a note from a parent/guardian.

 

Glenn Lockitch is a highly experienced photography tutor. He was a Tutor at the Australian Centre for Photography for 10 years, currently at the National Art School for 7 years and Sydney Photographic Workshops for 12 years. His particular interest for the last 30 years has been human rights and environmental photojournalism. He will present a series on the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy. Barbara McGrady will also present some of her photographic work from her archives.

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