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Kids and Cameras - Creating a Time Journal

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  • Robert Armstrong
    Please read below: INTERSECTION FOR THE ARTS presents Kids and Cameras: Creating a Time Journal in association with
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 16, 2009
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      Kids and Cameras:
      Creating a Time Journal

      in association with SF Camerawork
      Sundays, April 26 - May 31
      (no class on May 10 or 24)
      $150 / $140 Intersection Members
      + materials fee

      Register for this workshop here

      Inspired by the photographs and collections housed in artist, Migdalia Valdes' daily journals, this four session workshop will be a space for youth (ages 5-8 years old) to document their own lives. Using photography, writing, and collage participants will have the opportunity to be active recorders of their own story, thus documenting their own childhood memories.

      Parents are encouraged to accompany their child and participate too!

      Tibora Bea Girczyc-Blum was raised in Northern California where her interest in photography and education began. Upon graduating from the Visual Arts program at the University of California, San Diego, where she studied under Barbara Kruger, Tibora photographed her way through Eastern and Western Europe, the Middle East and parts of Asia. Arriving back in the U.S., she embarked on a photographic project, which involved living and working in the post-Hurricane Katrina environment. Tibora's photographic work has been exhibited throughout the West Coast, from Tijuana, MX to Arcata, Ca. She has authored original educational material and taught workshops for the Museum of Photographic Arts, Outside the Lens (of which she is a founder), SF Camerawork and Southern Exposure. Tibora is an artist, freelance arts education consultant and educator living in California.

      Intersection's Open Process Series Workshops emphasize the infinite possibilities that exist within any creative process. Register for this workshop here. For more information, contact rebeka@... or call (415) 626-2787 x.108. Members, please call us for your member discount code!

      Bob Armstrong 926 Esmeralda Ave. San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 515-8815 (cell phone)

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