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POSITION: Taking Sides in Conflict Photography Today

Dates: One-Day Seminar
2/23/07 - 2/23/07
Friday February 23 7pm
Meeting Times: Friday: 7-9 pm
Code: 07WSE02

 

Course Description

What is the perception of viewers seeing only one side of a conflict covered by a specific photographer? Does being local actually help or hinder you? What are the ethics, pitfalls, and boundaries of choosing one side to photograph? Does ethnicity factor into access? This evening
dialogue will examine the difficulty of interpreting both sides of an emotional story through viewing the work of photojournalists who live and work in conflict areas such as Palestine and Israel.


Moderator: Alison Morley, photo editor and Chair, Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, ICP


Panelists:

Alexandra Boulat/VII;

Michael Robinson Chavez/Washington Post;

Issa Freis/Filmmaker & CBS Cameraman;

Heidi Levine/Sipa Press;

Shaul Schwartz/Getty Images

and more

This Event will take place at:

The New School
Swayduck Auditorium, 65 Fifth Avenue, ground floor

 

$5.00 | Members $5.00

Join the Waiting List and you will be informed when space in this course opens up.

By Mail or Fax: Print Registration Form
By Phone: 212-857-0001