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How do images shape our understanding of current and historical events? In this live virtual workshop we will explore artworks from two current exhibitions Anthem (Weinberg/Newton Gallery) and What Does Democracy Look Like? (Museum of Contemporary Photography) as inspiration for new photographs. Working with a camera and everyday materials such as copy paper, paper clippings, and small objects, we will create compositions to tell a story.
This workshop is created in partnership with Weinberg/Newton Gallery and will be lead by Lisa Lindvay, Education Coordinator at Weinberg/Newton Gallery
Camera (phone or tablet)
Prep your materials:
Using 4 sheets of copy paper, cut out approximately 12, circles, squares, strips, and triangles
Gather small objects from around your home or outdoors that are a reflection of your personal identity