Alexis Lambrou

Alexis Lambrou

Alexis Lambrou teaches photography and media literacy at Bard High School Early College. She has collaborated with young people through Sarah Lawrence College’s Social Justice Collective, the New York Public Library, the Magnum Foundation, the International Center of Photography, Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School, New York City’s Parks and Rec Centers, Photoville NYC, and the Sioux YMCA. Lambrou received her master’s degree in art and education from New York University and holds a BFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Alexis Lambrou

Speaking Portraits

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2023

Speaking Portraits elevate our experiences, reveal hidden truths, and inform the viewer about what is most meaningful to us.

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Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Alexis Lambrou

Oct 32021

Heirlooms/Evidence: A Workshop On Whiteness

What does responsible ownership and exploration of whiteness look like?

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Oct 42020

Heirlooms/Evidence: A Workshop on Whiteness

Participants will be guided through a series of conversations and hands-on activities that begin to unpack the ways in which our whiteness and privilege function in the world, and in our practice as media-makers.

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Sep 132015

Drop In: The Art & Science of Pinhole Cameras

A hands on photography workshop where participants can experience the low-fi magic of pinhole photography!

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