Workshops

A Walk in the Park

2024-05-26 18:26:21

Priyadarshini Ravichandran

A Walk in the Park

When

May 4, 2024    
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Bookings

Bookings closed

What stories emerge from behind your lens? What do the images we choose to capture tell us about ourselves? Join us for a guided photography walk through Cubbon Park with Priyadarshini Ravichandran to explore and create your own images; learn all about the subtle art of perspective and framing; the joy of making things yourself; and how to read your photographs as you develop your own visual language.

Designed to cultivate interests in photography alongside developing the basic technical skills required, this experience is open to individuals aged 16 – 20.

Book now as there are limited spots available!

Please Note:

— We will gather at MAP, before moving to Cubbon Park as a group. We will then gather back at MAP for a sharing session.

— Being mindful of the high temperatures in the city and as this will be a partly outdoor event, please ensure to carry sun protection and water bottles to keep hydrated.

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.


Priyadarshini Ravichandran

Priyadarshini Ravichandran (b.1988, Tamil Nadu) is a photographer working closely with recurrent themes emerging in relationships that root, reveal or unsettle her. She is compelled to tell stories of women, their lives and the land. Poetics and interconnectivity inform her practice. Her process involves meandering, which often leads her to the heart of things.

An alumnus of the South Asia Incubator programme at Photo Kathmandu, Angkor Photo workshops, Siem Reap and ICP, New York. She seeks to collaborate with researchers, artists, friends, institutions, trees and animals- placing her in unexpected intersections. She is a recipient of the parasol prize by the V&A museum and her work was part of the Growing Like A Tree: Sent A Letter at Sunaparanta, Goa, and at Peckham 24, London.

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