Sep 182021
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The Photographer’s Playdate With Aperture: “Little Me”

Alice Proujansky

Alice Proujansky

Join Aperture for a Photographer’s Playdate with artists Alice Proujansky and Angélica Dass, as they explore with participants the themes of self-portraiture and identity through two photo activities.

Presenters: Alice Proujansky

Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 1

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  • Aperture

Join Aperture for a day of family fun with photographers Alice Proujansky and Angélica Dass as they explore with participants the themes of self-portraiture and identity through two photo activities.

In Alice’s activity, participants will create their own “Little Me” with Alice! How would everything look if you were super small? How would a change in size help you notice different things? Alice will work with participants to create an action shot of themselves, print it out, attach it to a stick, and then take their “Little Me” on a photographic adventure where ordinary objects become giant!

Presenter Bios

  • Alice Proujansky

    Alice Proujansky

    Alice Proujansky is a documentary photographer and writer covering family labor: birth, work, motherhood, and identity.

    She is now working on a Hard Times are Fighting Times photo book, photo essays about culturally-responsive birth work, and photography and visual literacy workshops.

    Proujansky has taught photography since 2002 and was the lead curriculum writer for On Sight, Aperture’s photography and visual literacy curriculum. Her first book, Go Photo! An Activity Book for Kids was published by Aperture.

    Proujansky grew up in Greenfield, MA. She graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography and Imaging and lives in Brooklyn with her family.


  • Aperture


    Aperture, a not-for-profit foundation, connects the photo community and its audiences with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other—in print, in person, and online. Created in 1952 by photographers and writers as “common ground for the advancement of photography,” Aperture today is a multi-platform publisher and center for the photo community.

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