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Live Critique Workshop | Developing a Visual Narrative

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Join the live Zoom webinar via the link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88086168394

 
 
Join us for a live critique workshop with photographer and educator Tanya Habjouqa! Tanya will be putting 3 photographers through their paces as she brainstorms, reinvents and re-conceptualizes their photography projects.

 

  1. Click "Book Now" to observe the live critique.
    or
  2. Click "Apply Now" below to participate as a student and have your project considered for a 30 minute critique.

 

 

 

 

Apply to Participate:

A big thank you to everyone who has submitted their work! Applications are now closed and all applicants have been contacted. Please check your spam box if you have applied and not receieved an email from us. You can still attend as an observer of the live critique by clicking "Book Now." We hope to see you there!

 

Applications are now closed

 

 

 

About the Speaker:

Tanya Habjouqa is a Jordanian-Texan visual artist, educator, and a member of NOOR Images. Habjouqa’s approach to visual storytelling fuses a mordant sense of irony with unstinting, forensic interrogations of the implications of geopolitical conflict on human lives. Trained in anthropology and journalism (MA: Global Media, SOAS, London), her work on Palestine-Israel has been cited as a powerful investigation of the crosscurrents of politics, economics, religion, and cultural production. She is a mentor in the acclaimed Arab Photography Documentary Programme, a co-editor of the Jadaliyya's academic journal's visual-audio page and co-founder of Ruwa, a multi-disciplinary creative platform for visual storytellers across the Middle East, nurturing authentic and homegrown visual narratives.

 

She creates bespoke workshops internationally for NIKON Europe, Doha Film Institute, Gulf Photo Plus, SF CAMERA, and ISSP Latvia (among others). Her book “Occupied Pleasures” has received critical acclaim from Time Magazine and Smithsonian. The project won a World Press Photo. She creates long-form multiplatform research projects for clients such as Amnesty International and was an adjunct professor at the Bard Al Quds media program. Habjouqa is in the permanent collections of the MFA Boston, Institut du Monde Arabe, and Carnegie Museum of Art, and is represented by East Wing Gallery.

 

Habjouqa has served on the jury of the World Press Photo Awards, POYI (Pictures of the Year International), The FotoEvidence W Award, FORMAT International Derby, the PH Museum photography grant, and the Joop Master Class.

 

www.tanyahabjouqa.com

 

 

 

Please note: You will be sent a link to this online class 1-hour before the start of the seminar.

 

Funded by the International Relief Fund of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut, and other partners: www.goethe.de/relieffund

Join the live Zoom webinar via the link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88086168394

 
 
Join us for a live critique workshop with photographer and educator Tanya Habjouqa! Tanya will be putting 3 photographers through their paces as she brainstorms, reinvents and re-conceptualizes their photography projects.

 

  1. Click "Book Now" to observe the live critique.
    or
  2. Click "Apply Now" below to participate as a student and have your project considered for a 30 minute critique.

 

 

 

 

Apply to Participate:

A big thank you to everyone who has submitted their work! Applications are now closed and all applicants have been contacted. Please check your spam box if you have applied and not receieved an email from us. You can still attend as an observer of the live critique by clicking "Book Now." We hope to see you there!

 

Applications are now closed

 

 

 

About the Speaker:

Tanya Habjouqa is a Jordanian-Texan visual artist, educator, and a member of NOOR Images. Habjouqa’s approach to visual storytelling fuses a mordant sense of irony with unstinting, forensic interrogations of the implications of geopolitical conflict on human lives. Trained in anthropology and journalism (MA: Global Media, SOAS, London), her work on Palestine-Israel has been cited as a powerful investigation of the crosscurrents of politics, economics, religion, and cultural production. She is a mentor in the acclaimed Arab Photography Documentary Programme, a co-editor of the Jadaliyya's academic journal's visual-audio page and co-founder of Ruwa, a multi-disciplinary creative platform for visual storytellers across the Middle East, nurturing authentic and homegrown visual narratives.

 

She creates bespoke workshops internationally for NIKON Europe, Doha Film Institute, Gulf Photo Plus, SF CAMERA, and ISSP Latvia (among others). Her book “Occupied Pleasures” has received critical acclaim from Time Magazine and Smithsonian. The project won a World Press Photo. She creates long-form multiplatform research projects for clients such as Amnesty International and was an adjunct professor at the Bard Al Quds media program. Habjouqa is in the permanent collections of the MFA Boston, Institut du Monde Arabe, and Carnegie Museum of Art, and is represented by East Wing Gallery.

 

Habjouqa has served on the jury of the World Press Photo Awards, POYI (Pictures of the Year International), The FotoEvidence W Award, FORMAT International Derby, the PH Museum photography grant, and the Joop Master Class.

 

www.tanyahabjouqa.com

 

 

 

Please note: You will be sent a link to this online class 1-hour before the start of the seminar.

 

Funded by the International Relief Fund of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut, and other partners: www.goethe.de/relieffund

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