Writing Pictures: A Storytelling Workshop for Writers and Photographers
This workshop will encourage and inspire you to combine text and photographs to tell your unique stories. We will spend the week making pictures about words and writing words about pictures, using our own work as prompts, as well as responding to the work of others. We will also examine the practices of master artists and explore books and conceptual projects (both contemporary and vintage) that successfully combine the attributes of each form. You will leave with a broad understanding of the image/text form and how it can enhance an ongoing creative practice and your authentic voice.
All digital camera formats are welcome, including Android/iPhones. Feedback is individualized so experience at all levels–both in photography and writing–is welcome. There is a computer lab at the Work Center, but bring a laptop for editing if available. As part of your materials fee, you will be given ten sheets of photo paper for making prints. Additional sheets may be purchased from the Work Center for $1 per sheet.
Joanne Dugan is a New York City based visual artist and photographer who summered on Cape Cod as a child. Her work has been exhibited in galleries in the US, Europe and Japan, and featured in The New York Times T Magazine and the Harvard Review. Her work has been published in seven books combining image and text, including Summertime (Chronicle Books) and ABC NYC: A Book About Seeing New York City (Abrams Books). Her limited edition fine-art monograph, Mostly True is in the permanent library collections of the J. Paul Getty Museum, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the George Eastman House. She is on the faculty of the International Center of Photography in New York City and is represented by Black Box Projects Gallery (London) and the Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles).