© Tanya Habjouqa / NOOR
On the occasion of NOOR’s 10th Anniversary & the NOOR BY NOOR exhibition at f3 – freiraum für fotografie, GfHF & NOOR are pleased to invite you to Berlin for two special workshops with Tanya Habjouqa and Sebastián Liste.
TAKING YOUR PERSONAL LONG TERM PROJECT TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Workshop with Tanya Habjouqa
13 – 16 July 2017
Where: f3 – freiraum für fotografie, Waldemarstr. 17, 10179 Berlin
Who: max. 12 participants. The workshop is open to all professional photographers or students of photography, that want to improve their professional skills.
Cost: 480 Euro, including drinks & snacks during the workshop.
. Applications will be processed on a first come, first serve basis.
Application deadline: 22 June 2017
In this workshop participants should come prepared to share & develop their personal
long-term photography project, as well as to shoot a “quick hire” assignment in Berlin during the workshop.* This intensive program engages participants to pursue both a self-directed project, as well as a quick assignment at the same time – a challenge & skill Tanya knows well!
Each participant will have one on one time with Tanya to share their personal long-term photography project with her & to discuss & strategize around image-selection, presentation & ways the project could be further developed.
Additionally, all participants will be asked to shoot a “quick hire” assignment in Berlin on the theme Passage. The theme can be interpreted broadly & participants will have one and a half days during the workshop to shoot. From the shoot they will prepare a concise pitch to present to the group for feedback during the final day of the workshop.
* If participants can enhance their personal long-term project through shooting in Berlin, they are welcome to do so in place of working on the theme Passage
This workshop is sponsored in part by Nikon Germany.
(Jordan) is a documentary photographer specializing in gender, social, and human rights issues in the Middle East. She approaches her subjects with sensitivity and an eye for the absurd. She is the author of Occupied Pleasures, heralded by TIME magazine and the Smithsonian as one of the best photo books of 2015 (winning a World Press Photo award in 2014). She was the recipient of the Magnum Foundation 2013 Emergency Fund, and mentors grantees from across the Arab region for their Arab Photographer Documentary Fund with the Prince Claus Foundation and the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture. Tanya is a founding member of Rawiya, the first all female photo collective of the Middle East. She lectures “Narrative/ National Identity in Photography” at Al Quds Bard University.