Y'art Project Photography presents
Moscow Photography Workshop with Davide Monteleone (VII)
Moscow, with its unique mix of slavic and asian cultures and its striking juxtaposition of Soviet-era influence and Orthodox religious heritage, is an ideal destination for visual storytelling. Over the course of this workshop, students will learn from photojournalist Davide Monteleone, who has worked for years in Moscow and across Russia, how to tell a story that advances their personal vision and builds their professional identities.
Davide will assist students in identifying a strong subject, transforming their ideas into a visual style, and executing a strong photographic essay. Practical tips on how to build a portfolio and present yourself to agencies and editors will also be emphasized. Over the course of the workshop, students will meet with professional Russian photographers to exchange ideas, discuss current work and make plans for future collaborations.
Davide’s renowned work on Russia includes “Dusha” (“Russian Soul”), a photographic journey through Russia, and “Russian Caucasus,” a long lasting series dedicated to the vast territory torn by national conflicts.
Applications submitted before November 1, 2012, are eligible for a 10% discount.
A scholarship is available to cover 50% of the workshop fee for young photographers under 28 years old. The scholarship application deadline is October 1, 2012.
For more information about the workshop, scholarships, or registration visit the workshop website or contact the workshop curator Julia Tikhomirova firstname.lastname@example.org
Moscow Photography Workshop With Davide Monteleone (vii)
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