Want to develop your technical skills in photography?
Want to enhance your visual literacy skills?
Take Three is a 10 week hybrid program (virtual and in- person) that explores how Black artists across generations visualize, define and showcase Black aesthetics in photography. Over the course of the program, participants will have the opportunity to understand their identities, history, futures and the role in which Black aesthetics plays in photography.
This program will be facilitated by Ebti Nabag and will culminate in a showcase where participants will have the opportunity to exhibit their final photographic works to community members.
Take Three will take place every Wednesday starting on November 24th from 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Deadline to sign up: November 21st, 2021 | 2021Sign Up
Ebti Nabag is a graduate of Ryerson University’s MFA program Documentary Media in Film and Photography. She is a visual artist who works with photography, video, and installation. She is also a digital and analogue photography instructor. She teams up with galleries and community centers to develop art programs that provide opportunities for creative self-expression and aid in the development of identity. Her documentations focus on telling stories of the everyday person who is often neglected. She also uses her work to connect with her home country, Sudan, and the people and culture of Sudan. Her work is motivated by stories from the average human, and hopes her documentations serve as bridges between people and communities.
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