by Alan Hill

Workshop Date: 4 March

Doing Visual Politics is the most recent symposium + workshop + festival project developed by the Nonfiction Visual Storytelling Network -an international, interdisciplinary group of scholars, practitioners and students seeking to expand the practice and discourse of documentary photography by questioning the assumptions of the discipline.

This workshop will introduce the key themes of Doing Visual Politics as a way to encourage participants to reconsider the political dimensions of their practice.

Application Guideline:

· To apply, please fill out this Workshop Application Form:

· Send us your work/portfolio. Please note, your portfolio should be between 15-20 images
(jpeg, 1200 pixels on the longer side, no compression)

· ZIP your files [portfolio only] and send to via WeTransfer within 20 February 2019. Please note, you should rename your folder with your Full Name and Title of the Workshop. For Example: Ashraful Huda_Doing Visual Politics
Alan Hill is a photographer and Lecturer in Photography at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University) in Narrm/Melbourne. His personal photographic work is primarily concerned with the politics of public space and he is increasingly interested in (re)considering photography as civic action. His broader research interests include the politics of representation and the potential for nonfiction visual storytelling to contribute to social change. He regularly collaborates with Kelly Hussey-Smith, including on projects that seek to contribute to discourses around documentary photography such as the establishment of the Nonfiction Visual Storytelling Network, and the recent Doing Visual Politics initiative, as sites of integrated scholarship.


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