Alumni of NYU Future Imagemakers, a participatory photography project at Tisch School of the Arts, will discuss how photography can be used to reflect on one’s surroundings and lives.
Featuring: NYU Future Imagemakers Alumni Photographers
NYU Future Imagemakers
Speakers include Future Imagemaker alumni Cydney Blitzer, LaGuardia High School; Diego Callenbach, NYC Lab High School; Cheyenne Sookoo, Brooklyn High School of the Arts; Hanjing (Angel) Zheng, Brooklyn Technical High School; and NYU Student Teacher Elliot Brown Jr., Photography & Imaging BFA 2016. Panel will be moderated by Lorie Novak, Professor of Photography & Imaging, Founder and Director of Future Imagemakers.
Photo by Future Image-maker alumni Adrienne K. Campos, Academy for Careers in Television and Film.
NYU Future Imagemakers is a participatory photography project at Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography & Imaging and part of the Tisch Future Artist Program. Free digital photography classes are offered to NYC-area high school students every spring and are taught by NYU faculty and students. We at Future Imagemakers are passionate about image making and believe in the power of photography as a means for self-expression, building self-confidence, and reflecting on our surroundings and lives. We strive to expand boundaries, open up possibilities, envision justice, and learn from one another. View student work at www.futureimagemakers.photoandimaging.net. Applications for the spring 2017 workshop are due November 14, 2016.
To see more from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography and Imaging, please visit their exhibition — Past, Present, Future.