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Friday October 29 2021 at 10:00 AM EDT
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× Instructor: Diana Nazareth
October 29 to November 26
Friday's 10:00 AM-12:30PM


**To register for this course you must live in East End Arts service area which currently includes wards 14 and 19, which are loosely defined to the north by the Don Valley Parkway and Sunrise Avenue, as far south as Lake Ontario, as far west as Don Valley Parkway, and as far east as Victoria Park Avenue.

This is a registration request. Registration will be confirmed when you receive a confirmation email from Jules, Art Training Program Manager**

This 5-session photography program will engage with 10 participants on photo walks designed to explore a particular theme and to provide participants with hours of social interaction, discussion, creativity and self-expression. Participants will brainstorm on a theme they wish to represent with photographs and words. The program will be facilitated by photography educator Diana Nazareth but content will be decided by the participants at the onset of the program. Participants will be led in inspiring photo-dialogue exercises designed to bring about discussion, collaboration, and individual viewpoints culminating in a virtual exhibit showcasing the participants photographs, contributions, and involvement.

Who can register: Adults, Seniors, Workman Arts members who live in the encatchment

About the Instructor
Diana Nazareth is a Toronto-based photographer, educator, and founder of Project Kids & Cameras. Her photography programs for people of all ages are informed by an extensive study of key progressive methods such a Literacy Through Photography, PhotoVoice and Visual Thinking Strategies and she has facilitated participatory and project-based photography workshops to over a thousand participants in schools, community art centres, libraries and via community-engagement initiatives throughout the Greater Toronto Area. She received her B.A. in Communications/Photojournalism from Temple University, and her Teaching Artist Certification from The University of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

Venue

East End Community Health Centre
1619 Queen St E
Toronto ON M4L 1G4


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You've selected

Friday October 29 2021 at 10:00 AM EDT
Change Date

× Instructor: Diana Nazareth
October 29 to November 26
Friday's 10:00 AM-12:30PM


**To register for this course you must live in East End Arts service area which currently includes wards 14 and 19, which are loosely defined to the north by the Don Valley Parkway and Sunrise Avenue, as far south as Lake Ontario, as far west as Don Valley Parkway, and as far east as Victoria Park Avenue.

This is a registration request. Registration will be confirmed when you receive a confirmation email from Jules, Art Training Program Manager**

This 5-session photography program will engage with 10 participants on photo walks designed to explore a particular theme and to provide participants with hours of social interaction, discussion, creativity and self-expression. Participants will brainstorm on a theme they wish to represent with photographs and words. The program will be facilitated by photography educator Diana Nazareth but content will be decided by the participants at the onset of the program. Participants will be led in inspiring photo-dialogue exercises designed to bring about discussion, collaboration, and individual viewpoints culminating in a virtual exhibit showcasing the participants photographs, contributions, and involvement.

Who can register: Adults, Seniors, Workman Arts members who live in the encatchment

About the Instructor
Diana Nazareth is a Toronto-based photographer, educator, and founder of Project Kids & Cameras. Her photography programs for people of all ages are informed by an extensive study of key progressive methods such a Literacy Through Photography, PhotoVoice and Visual Thinking Strategies and she has facilitated participatory and project-based photography workshops to over a thousand participants in schools, community art centres, libraries and via community-engagement initiatives throughout the Greater Toronto Area. She received her B.A. in Communications/Photojournalism from Temple University, and her Teaching Artist Certification from The University of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

Venue

East End Community Health Centre
1619 Queen St E
Toronto ON M4L 1G4