unfixed: OUTREACH Darkroom Photography Program - Nia Centre for the Arts
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unfixed: OUTREACH Darkroom Photography Program

Deadline to apply: May 10th 2024


May 10, 2024



CalIing all emerging photographers interested in learning about darkroom photography

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Interested in learning about darkroom photography and creating your own film photography images?

In partnership with Gallery 44, we are bringing back the award-winning annual analog film photography program, OUTREACH. This year, we are working with the theme of “unfixed” to provide young creatives and emerging photographers the creative space to explore darkroom photography, learn about their identity and how to storytell using film photograph in a traditional darkroom studio.

Facilitated by Toronto-based portrait and documentary photographer Ebti Nabag OUTREACH will consists of 6 hands – on intensive workshops and discussion groups. Each workshop will be 4 hours in length.

Selected participants will be provided with access to a darkroom studio, materials and the equipment needed to develop and create a photo series.

OUTREACH will conclude in an exhibition, where participants will have the opportunity to exhibit their developed works at Gallery 44.

All workshops will be held in person at Gallery 44 Photographic Production facility located at 401 Richmond St. W.

Applications close on: May 10th, 2024 | 11:59pm

Workshop Dates

Tuesday May 21st, 2024
Thursday May 23rd, 2024
Tuesday May 28th, 2024
Thursday May 30th 2024
Tuesday June 4th, 2024
Thursday June 6th, 2024

Workshop Times

4:30pm – 8:30pm

Is transportation provided?

We will be provided participants with TTC Tickets to commute to and from the workshops

Where will the workshops be held?

All workshops will be held at Gallery 44 Photographic Production facility located at 401 Richmond St. W

About the Facilitator

Ebti Nabag is a graduate of Toronto Metropolitan 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 photography programs that provide opportunities for creative self-expression and aid in the development of identity. 

Her work and documentations focus on telling stories of people in communities who are underrepresented. She also uses her work to connect with her home country, Sudan, and the people and culture of Sudan.

Ebti hopes her documentations serve as bridges between people and communities.

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