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This workshop will engage your critical thinking skills in an in-depth conversation about photography ethics.

We have seen the important way that photography has played in global events like the migration of Syrian refugees across the Mediterranean and the surge of violence against the Rohingya community in Myanmar. Photographs shape how we view the world, and when we take and present photographs we are shaping how others view the world. This is an enormous responsibility. In order to meet this responsibility, we need to be ethically literate.
This workshop will engage your critical thinking skills in an in-depth conversation about photography ethics.
 
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  • Standard £20.00
Sat, 15 Jun 2019
12:00pm to 3:00pm
location_on Golden Thread Gallery

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Golden Thread Gallery is Northern Ireland's leading international contemporary visual arts organisation.

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