Photoville Educators Lab (Spring 2020)
Register Now! This is a professional development workshop for educators to collaborate with artists on the building blocks of photography and visual storytelling.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
10am – 5:00pm, including happy hour
WHO IS ELIGIBLE:
NYC Teachers — middle school through high school. This workshop will be geared towards art and photography teachers, but educators of all subjects are welcome!
This workshop is about sharing best practices and workshopping strategies such as how to:
- Teach studio photography on a budget
- Source equipment and technology needed to teach photography
- Send students on assignment into the community
- Develop reporting plans and shot lists for student projects
- Lead writing activities to accompany photography
- Produce exhibitions (inside & outside your school) on a budget
Made in NY Media Center by IFP
30 John St,
DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Completely free to attend!
Light breakfast, lunch, and happy hour provided.
Complete this registration form by FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2020.
Space is limited, so registration is first come, first served.
We will be in touch to confirm your participation.
What is your job title?
Where do you teach?
In what NYC borough do you teach?
In what neighborhood do you teach?
Have you attended a Photoville Education program in the past?
Class/subject, if applicable
How long have you been an educator?
More than 15 years
What is one strategy you’ve used to incorporate photography and storytelling into your classroom?
Please describe one challenge you face with incorporating photography and storytelling into your classroom?
Do you have any questions/comments to help guide the presenters? There will also be space for questions during the workshop. (optional)
Do you have any dietary restrictions? (We will provide light breakfast, lunch, and snacks.)
Any additional thoughts/comments? (optional)
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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