3 September 2022
Join photographer Muna Ally in a workshop exploring the art of seeing inspired by our Vivian Maier exhibition.
Muna Ally is an artist and founder of The Kanga Project; a charity initiative celebrating women with gifts of Kanga in Zanzibar. Using her unique perspective as a Muslim female photographer, Ally focuses on amplifying the voices of communities through visual media. Through her documentary works, Ally has successfully brought together a multitude of people worldwide for various charitable causes; with the aim to inspire to utilise creativity for social change.
Participants will need to bring their own camera and SD card, or picture taking device. This workshop will be looking at digital photography. Analogue cameras are welcome, but we will not have means on site to develop film.