Calendar of Events

    Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Workshop

    Date: Mar 6-27, 2017
    Location: KIAC Classroom

    Children lead an Awareness Walk against drug dealing and bootlegging on Fourth Street in Fort Albany First Nation. July 21, 2016. Part of a series called Peetabeck by Nick Kozak.

    Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

    with Artist-in-Residence Nick Kozak

    Date: Mondays, March 6-27
    Time: 6-9pm

    Dive into the world of photojournalism and documentary photography to explore creating narratives of the world around you with still images. Participants will learn how to maximize and simplify the use of their camera to focus on taking quality photographs that tell powerful stories. The course will include learning how to photograph people (candid and portraiture) and basic editing/post-processing in Photoshop (or any other photo editing program). The end result will be a story of 10 narrated images. 

    KIAC Members - $115
    Non-members $126

    Supplies: Participants are required to provide their own camera and laptop with photo editing software
    Level: All levels welcome though please note that basic camera skills and computer, editing and post-processing skills are required

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