• April 28, 2021 - 5 – 7 pm

Digital Photography Workshop for Youth: Visual Storytelling with Ebti Nabag

Presented in association with the exhibition 'Three-Thirty'

This two-part online workshop for youth will introduce photography as a tool for storytelling and creative self-expression. Participants will use their digital cameras to capture images that reflect their feelings and lived experiences. Working towards creating a photo series, artist facilitator Ebti Nabag will lead participants through technical instruction and theory.

Part one (April 21, 5 - 7 pm) will focus on visual storytelling and the elements of design: lighting, framing, composition, and more.

Part two (April 28, 5 - 7 pm) will focus on editing and presentation.

This program is free, and open to youth ages 14 – 17. Participants can use any kind of device that has a digital camera, including phone, iPad or tablet, or webcam. Participants should plan on attending both days of the workshop. Registration is limited.

Upon registration, participants will be provided with a Zoom link for the workshop.

About the Artist Facilitator

Ebti Nabag is a visual artist who works with photography, video, and installation. She is a digital and analogue photography instructor. She teams up with galleries and community centers to develop art programs that provide opportunities for creative self-expression and aid in the development of identity. Her work is motivated by stories from the average human, and hopes her documentations serve as bridges between people and communities. She also uses her work to connect with her home country, Sudan, and the people and culture of Sudan.