Learn to slow down and really appreciate the details of your environment as a street photographer. Develop your skills of observation and embrace the art of story-telling through pictures. Keisha will take you on the streets of the West Hill community and pass on her tips and tricks of capturing the extraordinary in the everyday. You will meet at Hillside House to view her NE8 photography installation ‘Porch Conversations’ and discuss the approach to street photography. The group will take a 90-minute photowalk and return to share feedback. The final 30 minutes of the session will be dedicated to developing a collaborative work.
Keisha Oliver is a Bahamian visual artist, designer and art professor at the University of The Bahamas. Her multidisciplinary practice currently uses discarded objects and the environment to explore themes of social heritage and cultural fragmentation. Much of her recent work uses photography to document Bahamian culture and experience whilst challenging notions of beauty and value.
Kids: 12- 17: $10
Adults: 18 & above: $25
Maximum Participants: 10
THINGS TO BRING
¥ Camera: Digital camera or camera phone
¥ Tools: Fabric, decorative or coloured paper, scissors
¥ Dress comfortable and pack light: sneakers, hat/cap, camera and water.