PhotoPhilanthropy presents two exciting and dynamic photography workshops on
Friday, March 7 in San Francisco.
Mobile Photography & Storytelling
with Richard Koci Hernandez (@koci), Ed Kashi (@edkashi), and Instagram's Tyson Wheatley (@twheat) moderated by André Hermann (@shutter_se7en)
1:00pm – 2:30pm
Photography & Empathy
with Ed Kashi, Amy Yenkin of Open Society Documentary Photography Project, and Oren Ziv of ActiveStills, moderated by PhotoPhilanthropy founder Nancy Farese
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Price: $50 for both workshops ($20 for students)
Venue: Kelly Cullen Community, 220 Golden Gate Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102
For more information visit photophilanthropy.org
These workshops are being held in conjunction with PhotoPhilanthropy's 5th annual Activist Awards. This year's Activist Awards judges are Carroll Bogert, Richard Koci Hernandez, James Wellford, Amy Yenkin, and Oren Ziv, with master of ceremonies Ed Kashi. Everyone is invited to attend the live-judging of the awards for free on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at the Kelly Cullen Community in San Francisco.
Or watch a live-stream of the Awards at photophilanthropy.org
Take a look at some of this year's submissions here.
Photo by Richard Koci Hernandez
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