REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Washington, D.C., November 10th-17th 2012
Truth With A Camera will hold its next workshop back in the U.S. where it was first founded in 1994. This intense, week-long workshop will be held in the nation’s capitol in conjunction with FotoWeek DC, one of our proud partners.
D.C. is the epicenter of the nonprofit world, with more organizational headquarters than anywhere else in the world. It is city that understands the role nonprofits have in our lives and many of the organizations in the region are focused on providing programing for its local residents.
With our organizational partner, The Center for Nonprofit Advancement, we have the ability to collaborate with hundreds of organizations working in the region.
As with all TWAC workshops, students will find an organization and topic they are passionate about and spend the week focused on making powerful images that speak to the mission of those organizations. Participants will work one-on-one with their photo coaches and attend lectures by leading documentary photographers and editors. The level of personal instruction is unparalleled and is what makes our workshops so sought after.
Photographers, both students and professionals, and anyone who is tasked with visually documenting the work of Non-profits or NGOs, including employees of Non-profits, are encouraged to attend the workshop. The workshop will take place at Sitar Arts Center located in the Adams Morgan neighborhood. This state-of-the art, 10,700 square-foot-facility was designed to provide optimal arts education.
At the end of the week, selects from each student will be printed for a gallery exhibition that will be open to our subjects, our partnering organizations and the public at large to showcase the power that still images can have in storytelling.
The workshop focuses both on teaching visual communicators how to work with and for non-profits as well as instructing non-profits how to work with photographers and use powerful photography. This years instructors include National Geographic photographers Lynn Johnson and Karen Kasmauski as well as educators Ron Londen and Chris Tyree. Speakers include Washington Post photographers Michael Williamson and Jahi Chikwendiu, White House photographers Lawrence Jackson, National Geographic Illustrations Editor Pamela Chen, as well as key notes from Maurice Jones, Deputy Secretary for Housing and Urban Development, freelance photographer Matt Eich, director of PhotoPhilanthropy, Kathleen Hennessy and Pictures of the Year photographer of the year Ross Taylor from the Virginian-Pilot. All speaking engagements are free and open to the public.
We look forward to having a well-rounded and diverse group of students in this D.C. workshop. Stay tuned for more international workshops in 2013.
If you are interested in finding a roommate for the workshop please call 757.406.3478.
What is Included:
Personal instruction by world class photojournalists and educators, staff critiques and lectures. Printing of the gallery show on Saturday.
Welcome social on Saturday, dinner on Sunday and party for the gallery showing on the final Saturday.
added perk The experience of a lifetime!
Students are required to provide their own camera gear and a laptop computer.
Students are required to provide their own housing, meals and transportation. Because of our partnership with FotoWeek DC you can get discounted room rates here: http://reservations.washington.org/1852_lodging.html
Download the Registration Form and mail with FULL tuition payment to:
Journey Group | P.O. Box 315 | Charlottesville, VA 22902
Registration Deadline is November 1st.
We expect to fill-up this workshop very quickly so if you are interested, please register early.
Please contact us if you have any questions or problems with the form.
+1 757 406 3478