“The camera is a tool for dialogue. The formal act of focusing on one’s subject through the camera’s lens creates an intimate, human connection.” —Saskia Keeley, photojournalist
This November, TIOH Arts & Culture is offering LA-based Muslim and Jewish teenagers a series of hands-on photography workshops with Saskia Keeley, an international photojournalist and documentarian using photography workshops to dissolve decades of fear and bias.
Sunday, November 3 | 4 to 6 pm
Sunday, November 10 | 4 to 6 pm
Sunday, November 17 | 4 to 6 pm
If you are an LA-based Muslim Teen with an interest in photography, apply <<< HERE >>>
All levels welcome. No prior experience is necessary. Saskia will teach you everything you need to know. Additionally, you’ll be given a professional camera to take with you for the duration of the workshop so you can take photos and practice what you learn.
<<< APPLY TODAY FOR THE WORKSHOP HERE >>>
If you have any questions, email Diana Wyenn (TIOH Arts & Culture’s Artistic Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
TALK | Sunday, November 17 at 2 pm
BEYOND THE LENS: PHOTOGRAPHY BRIDGING DIVIDES
Since 2015, photojournalist Saskia Keeley has conducted photography workshops in the West Bank for Palestinian and Israeli women and girls. In this illuminating talk, Keeley shares their uplifting and inspiring stories as well as their remarkable photographs.
Reserve FREE tickets
EXHIBITION | On view November 1, 2019 – March 6, 2020
DIALOGUE AND TRANSFORMATION
See the resulting photographs from Saskia’s Keeley’s recent workshops in the West Bank for Palestinian and Israeli women and girls that promote dialogue and understanding between the two groups who would otherwise have no interaction.