Join Julie Glover, photojournalist, for this two-part workshop series in exploring your sense of ‘belonging’ through photography.
Part 1: Friday 29 October, 10am to 2pm
Part 2: Friday 12 November, 10am to 2pm
Bring old and new photographs together in a digital photobook to gain a deeper sense of what ‘belonging’ means to you.
Photography experience is not required, although people of all photographic skills/levels are welcome.
Bring your own camera, or a camera can be supplied.
Limited places. Register and pay at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/my-belonging-a-photographic-exploration-tickets-168679409655
Julie has an MA in photojournalism and has produced a book based on her documentary photography work in Kenya. She has facilitated short photostory workshops in remote communities including the Pilbara region of WA, and internationally in Greece, Israel and Nepal.
In her workshops Julie enjoys developing intelligence around the language of images and using photography as a way to communicate and deepen our understanding. She is the founder of a new social enterprise, ‘Healthy Mind Photography’ which encourages well-being through the process of creating photostories.
This workshop is part of the STRETCH program being piloted by the City of Kwinana. STRETCH supports local workshop facilitators to introduce new workshops and experiences to the Kwinana community.