a group of students under a city overpass taking photos

Salida Fotografica

a group of students under a city overpass taking photos

Salida Fotografica

Featuring: Sol Aramendi & Byron Guinanzaca

Presented by

Project Luz

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, Sept 22 | 12PM – 4PM
Location: Workshop Tent

 

¡Únete a nuestro primer taller impartido íntegramente en español! Aprovechando la amplia experiencia de Sol Aramendi enseñando a nuevos inmigrantes hispanohablantes, te invitamos a trabajar con ella y Byron Guinanzaca durante una tarde de práctica de tus habilidades fotográficas. Este taller práctico es una introducción a la fotografía digital, pero está abierto a todos los niveles. Revisaremos el concepto de configuración de cámara, exposición y composición. Además de aprender sobre la técnica, el grupo realizará una sesión fotográfica a través de DUMBO con los instructores para una sesión de fotos en vivo.

Join us for our first ever workshop taught entirely in Spanish! Drawing on Sol Aramendi’s extensive experience teaching to new, spanish-speaking immigrants, we invite you to work with her and Byron Guinanzaca, for an afternoon of practicing your photography skills. This hands-on workshop is an introduction to shooting digital photography, but is open to all levels. We will be reviewing concepts such as camera settings, exposure, and composition. In addition to learning photography techniques, the group will go for a walk in DUMBO with the instructors, for a live photo shoot.

Este es un taller donde debe traer su propia cámara. Nos encontraremos para una introducción y presentación de diapositivas en el área del taller de Photoville antes de salir para una sesión práctica guiada en Photoville y sus alrededores. El taller también incluye una sesión de cierre opcional y una crítica grupal informal, donde los estudiantes pueden compartir trabajos e ideas, y recibir comentarios de los instructores y compañeros del taller.

This is a BYOC (bring-your-own-camera) workshop that will meet for an introduction and slideshow session in the Photoville Workshop Area before heading out for a live, guided shooting session in and around Photoville. The workshop also includes an optional wrap-up session and casual group critique, where students can share work and ideas, and get feedback from instructors and workshop peers.

All workshops are FREE but require a $10 refundable deposit to reserve a space. Walk-ins welcome based on availability.

Please Register here.

PRESENTER BIOS

Byron Guinanzaca is an Ecuadorian American photographer, filmmaker, and a Project Luz teacher for two years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sol Aramendi is a New York based, Argentinean artist working in new media, photography, and video. She was born in Venado Tuerto, a small town in Argentina.

Sol is the founder of the Project Luz Photography Program for New Immigrants. Project Luz has served over 2,000 students with 58 programs, since its inception in 2004. This is the first project of its kind, in the nation’s most ethnically diverse county of Queens, New York. Project Luz has worked in partnership with the New York City Department of Education, the Museum of Modern Art, The Noguchi Museum, the New York Public Library, the Queens Museum of Art, El Museo del Barrio, and the Queens Library.

In addition, Sol has developed twelve outreach programs at museums, to engage Spanish-speaking immigrants with the arts in New York City. She also created the first photography program for autistic, and visually impaired adults. As an invited panelist, Sol has spoken widely about her work with art and communities, at venues including art education symposiums, and museum conferences in New York, Denver, Edinburgh, Croatia, and the Netherlands.

ORGANIZATION BIO

Project Luz is a nomadic space to share, learn, and experiment using photography and art as a tool of empowerment for immigrant communities.

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