Photoville

Sep 212013
 archive : 2013

Documenting Communities Impacted by Gun Violence

The Magnum Foundation’s panel discussion will highlight the experiences of photographers and activists working in communities affected by gun violence. Issues of access, process, and protection for photographers will be addressed. Organized in conjunction with MF’s installation at Photoville: Heaven’s Gain: Recent work by Justin Maxon.

Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands

Presented by:

  • Magnum Foundation

Featuring photographers Justin Maxon and Alex Welsh with Dr. Fatima Hafiz-Walid, Temple University professor and President and Facilitator of Transformative Education Associates; and Andre Mitchell, Founder and CEO of Man Up! Inc.

The Magnum Foundation’s panel discussion will highlight the experiences of photographers and activists working in communities affected by gun violence. Issues of access, process, and protection for photographers will be addressed. Organized in conjunction with MF’s installation at Photoville: Heaven’s Gain: Recent work by Justin Maxon.

Organizations

  • Magnum Foundation

    Magnum Foundation

    Magnum Foundation expands creativity and diversity in visual storytelling, activating new audiences and ideas through the innovative use of images. Through grant making, mentorship, and creative collaborations, we partner with socially-engaged imagemakers exploring new models for storytelling.

    This installation was produced with the support of Magnum Foundation’s Counter Histories initiative, focused on creatively reframing the past to engage with urgent questions of the present and future. This project was made with the support of the Henry Luce Foundation.

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