Andrea Bruce

noor-nikon belgrade masterclass: on storytelling & editing

Matic Zorman (Slovenia) shares his work with Majlend Bramo (Albania). Photo: Kamerades

 

 

Editing and visual storytelling were central to the NOOR-Nikon Masterclass in Belgrade. Before meeting together, all fifteen participants shot and edited an assignment on the theme ‘Remains.’ This work went under the microscope for serious editing by both peers and the tutors throughout the week. The NOOR photographers also shared their own experiences, struggles and strategies for putting together good edits for different purposes.

 

Front: Portfolio review between Andrea Bruce and Elena Geroska (Macedonia/Bulgaria). Behind: Fisnik Dobreci from Montenegro discusses his work with Kadir van Lohuizen. Photo: Kamerades

 

 

After each participant had a one-on-one portfolio review with each tutor, we sat down for a little recap. Andrea, Stanley and Kadir gave the participants feedback that they needed to work on their sequencing and push deeper into the story. Andrea told the participants, “A story has to be about more than just a topic, it also needs to be about an emotion. Make sure you use your tools to portray a feeling, not just the subject.”

 

Editing the 'Remains' assignment. Photo: Kamerades

 

 

Andrea Bruce works on edits with L-R: Matjaž Rušt, Matic Zorman (Slovenia), Milovan Milenković, Mina Delić and Oksana Toskic (Serbia). Photo: Marko Rupena / Kamerades

 

 

Kadir added, “When you work as a documentary photographer, you are also an author, editor and producer.” He explained that a lot of photographers focus their time and effort on shooting and don’t pay enough attention to sequencing and captioning. As much as possible, Kadir spends about equal time shooting as he does prepping the files and putting together the story selection and sequence. He encouraged the participants to “Challenge your viewer – for instance, maybe you don’t want to use an establishing shot to start your sequence.”

 

Stanley Greene works with a small group of participants on their 'Remains' assignment edits.

 

Over our days together in Belgrade, all of the NOOR photographers pulled back the curtain on their practice to show participants what kinds of preparations they do, questions they ask themselves and challenges they face. For instance, Kadir also took the participants through an a-z, shooting to publication process for a recent story. He discussed working with the NGO on the ground, how the access and lighting conditions shaped his shooting approach, then walked us through the different selects he made for the NGO partner, versus his select as for pitching the story for the editorial market – eventually showing us what was published.

 

Stanley showed an unpublished recent series of work, which he was frank about his struggle with the edit and sharing the work. He encouraged participants to “Share your work with your trusted colleagues. If you stay to close to your work you can stagnate. Along with being a support system, your colleagues can help give you fresh perspective.”

 

Participants Matjaž Rušt (Slovenia), Oksana Toskic (Serbia), Mitar Simikić (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Matic Zorman (Slovenia) talk over their work. Photo: Kamerades

 

 

Mitar Simikić (Bosnia and Herzegovina) shares his book with a colleague. Photo: Kamerades

 

- Asmara Pelupessy, Associate Editor, NOOR

kurdistan landscapes by andrea bruce in internazionale

 

 

 

Images from Andrea Bruce's series 'Landscapes of Success: Kurdistan's Oil' were featured in Internazionale in April, 2015. Kurds believe that, after the eventual end of the conflict with the Islamic State mililtants, international buyers will need Kurdish crude and will support their nationalist aspirations. Compared to the rest of Iraq, Kurdistan is a landscape of success due to their oil revenue and distance from conflict in the past 10 years.

 

 

 

highlights from noor-nikon masterclass in belgrade: on working in the field

Throughout the workshop week, NOOR photographers and the Masterclass participants tackled the learning goals laid out in the first day through one on one portfolio reviews, group editing sessions, diverse presentations and lots of great discussions that continued through all hours of the days and nights. Some highlights compiled by NOOR’s Associate Editor, Asmara Pelupessy:

 

Masterclass participants and NOOR team outside of our home base for the week - the workshop venue UK Parobrod.

 

ON ASSIGNMENT

 

NOOR photographer Andrea Bruce presented some of the work she shot on assignment for The New York Times.

 

Kadir van Lohuizen and participants listen as Andrea Bruce talks about a recent assignment shot for The New York Times.

 

 

To become a regular contributor for a major publication such as The New York Times, Andrea recommended to the participants that they should:

 

- Be reliable

- Be low maintenance, don’t make things complicated

- Don’t complain

- Be a team player, work together with the reporter

- Bring something to the table with their photography that goes beyond the obvious, beyond what is offered by wire services

 

Reacting also to some of the challenges the participants faced shooting their ‘Remains’ stories for the Masterclass – NOOR photographer Kadir van Lohuizen emphasized, “Not having enough time for an assignment is never an excuse. An editor doesn’t care.”

 

Andrea pointed out that you can utilize shorter assignments to create a larger project or body of work - “Just because an assignment is quick doesn’t mean you can’t go back to it on your own or with another paper. You can make use of the fact that this gives you a start on a story, or you can use the work to apply for grant funding to do more follow-up work.”

 

LOGISTICS

 

Before landing in a new country or city for a story, Andrea prepares all her logistics so they are ready by the time she arrives – fixer, translator, transportation, etc. She suggested that participants might hire a fixer for a half day at first to see if they make a good team and emphasized that photographers must take the responsibility to protect the safety of their fixers and translators.

 

 

Workshop participants Midhat Poturovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Majlend Bramo (Albania) and Tsvetomir Dimov (Bulgaria). Photo: Marko Rupena / Kamerades

 


WAIT IT OUT

 

When it comes to shooting, Andrea said, “I can’t stress enough to get up before sunrise.” To catch good light she usually shoots at the beginning and end of the day and works with the writer on interviews during the middle of the day. She encouraged the participants to “wait it out - stay longer than you want to in order to wait for good photos, especially if the light is good.”

 

Stanley Greene and Andrea Bruce. Photo: Frank Zuidweg

 

 

COVERING CONFLICT

 

Knowing the experience of the Masterclass tutors, throughout the week, participants had a lot of questions about covering conflict. After NOOR photographer Stanley Greene’s presentation of some of his most impactful stories this topic took center stage.

 

Stanley Greene presenting his work. Photo: Marko Rupena / Kamerades

 

 

On the practical side – though seemingly mundane Stanley emphasized the absolutely essential - “Never try to do a story unless you understand your equipment up and down.” Andrea reiterated, “Learn the basics of how to work your camera and do a story now, before going to the field. Its extremely dangerous if you are working in a conflict zone and you struggle with your equipment or get wrapped up in logistics - you can lose awareness of your surroundings.” She also shared that she wished she saw more women covering conflict. "Sometimes I feel very alone. As a female photojournalist we have unique access to cover the other half of the story - women.”

 

While NOOR’s photographers have committed themselves to cover untold stories, they do not romanticize war photography. As Kadir wrapped it up, “There is not a single image worth dying for.” Through the Masterclass, Andrea, Stanley and Kadir talked about how they work to broaden our view on conflict by capturing daily, civilian life as it continues through war and also covering conflict’s aftermath and consequences.

 

 

Matic Zorman (Slovenia) shares his work with the group as Andrea Bruce (left) and Fisnik Dobreci (Montenegro) look on. Photo: Kamerades

 

 

Stanley Greene and Andrea Bruce. Photo: Marko Rupena / Kamerades

an update from the noor-nikon masterclass in belgrade

From NOOR's Associate Editor, Asmara Pelupessy -

 

 

The NOOR-Nikon Masterclass in Belgrade has brought together 15 talented young documentary photographers from the Balkan region:

 

Majlend Bramo from Albania

Mina Delić from Serbia

Tsvetomir Dimov from Bulgaria

Fisnik Dobreci from Montenegro

Marija Erdelji from Serbia

Elena Geroska from Macedonia/Bulgaria

Milovan Milenković from Serbia

Armend Nimani from Kosovo

Marina Paulenka from Croatia

Midhat Poturovic from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Matjaž Rušt from Slovenia

Mitar Simikić from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Denislav Stoychev from Bulgaria

Oksana Toskic from Serbia

Matic Zorman from Slovenia

 

These participants are spending the week together with NOOR photographers Andrea Bruce, Stanley Greene & Kadir van Lohuizen. Its been my pleasure to moderate the workshop, which is hosted by our local partner, the Serbian documentary photographers' collective Kamerades.

 

Over the past days we have been sharing our work, exchanging insights on building a successful career as a documentary photographer and editing an assignment shot especially for the masterclass on the theme ‘Remains.’

 

Through our first introductions, we learned that many of the participants, though young, already have years of experience under their belts working for newspapers and news agencies in the region. Most are looking to expand their practice and work on more self-directed and/or longer-term projects. Matjaž described his interest in “photography that doesn’t only give answers, but also raises questions.” Midhat talked about how he wants to develop the photography scene in the region to expand opportunities for young photographers here.

 

Along with refining their skills at working in the field, storytelling and editing, this year’s participants are keen to learn about how to get their stories out into the world – finding financing and outlets for their work.

 

 

The first day of the workshop closed with an essential talk from all three photographers on “Truth in Photography,” discussing the recent conflict behind the recent World Press awards and why ethics in documentary photography is important. In Andrea’s words, “in a moment when the legitimacy of journalism and journalistic professionals is questioned - truth, down to the smallest detail, is even more critical.”

 

 

 

 

Images by Frank Zuidweg

noor at fotografia europea 2015 - italy

Fotografia Europea 2015 hosts NOOR. The Municipality of Reggio Emilia, in collaboration with aBcM, presents the HOST project, inviting NOOR to bring its select group of highly accomplished photojournalists and documentary storytellers for a series of activities to the city, from 14-17 May 2015, Reggio Emilia, Italy.

 

HOST offers an exclusive opportunity to encounter and discover an internationally renowned agency through a calendar of activities and events in which participants can personally come into contact with some of the leading figures in contemporary photography.

 

 

NOOR WORKSHOP

 

From Thursday 14 May until Saturday 16 May 2015, as part of the Fotografia Europea festival, NOOR will host a three day practical workshop under the guidance of Stanley Greene, Jon Lowenstein, Sebastian Liste and Andrea Bruce.

 

 
 

The participants will work in four groups of maximum 6 participants per group. Each group will be guided by one of the photographers. There will be room for practical and theoretical discussions on how to develop stories and portfolio reviews. One day of the workshop will be dedicated for shooting and one day will be dedicated for editing the work done the previous day - so participants have to be in possession of a camera and computer. Due to the fast pace of the workshop, NOOR highly recommends that participants produce and edit their work digitally.

 

Each applicant will be able to choose the photographer they would like to work with, and all efforts will be made to accommodate their choice.

 

During the three days the four NOOR photographers will each give a presentation of their work, followed by a Q&A and discussion. These presentations can be attended by all participants.

 

The results of the workshop will be screened at the festival on Saturday night during the NOOR Night at Chiostri di San Pietro, the main venue of the Festival.

 

When: Thursday 14 until Saturday 16 May 2015 between 10:00 to 18:00 CET.

Cost: 300 (exclusive of 15 administration costs)

Admits: 20-24 people (5 to 6 per group)

 

 

RETHINKING THE PHOTO PROJECT

 

On Saturday 16 May 2015, as part of the Fotografia Europea festival, NOOR will host  a one day theoretical workshop under the guidance of Asim Rafiqui.

 


 

 © Asim Rafiqui | NOOR

 

The participants will explore how to discover story ideas in their own seemingly ordinary surroundings and how to produce photography projects and use digital media to create individual and unique works that go beyond the news cycle or the editorial publishing restrictions. The goal is to help participants rethink story ideas, understand the new possibilities of self-publishing, and begin to create multi-layered and complex projects that look towards audiences beyond the editorial and magazine markets. 

 

This is a project workshop, and not a photography aesthetics / camera use workshop.

We will focus on:

 

- discussing and developing participant story ideas

- project concept development

- project / story frameworks

- project research

- digital / online project layout and design

- digital tools and techniques for self-publishing works

 

When: Saturday 16 May between 10:00 to 18:00 CET.

Cost: 150 (exclusive of 15 administration costs)

Admits: 5-6 people

 

 

NOOR LUNCH

 

On Saturday 16 May 2015, as part of the Fotografia Europea festival NOOR will host 'NOOR Lunch Talks' with the following photographers on the following subjects:

 

 

 © Alixandra Fazzina | NOOR

 

Nina Berman  on 'Photography and Social Media'.

Francesco Zizola on 'Ethics and Photojournalism'.

Pep Bonet on 'Moving into Moving Images', about the power of  mixed medias.

Alixandra Fazzina and Benedicte Kurzen on 'Women; Two Sides of the Camera'. Alixandra and Benedicte will seek to discuss the role of women both behind the camera and as subjects in conflict.

 

Each applicant will be able to choose the photographer they would like to have the lunch with, and all efforts will be made to accommodate their choice.

 

The lunches will take place at Ristorante Enoteca Il Pozzo.

 

When: Saturday 16 May 2015

12:30 - 14:30 lunch + talk

14:30 - 15:30 possibility for a short portfolio review

Cost: 85 (including food, exclusive of 15 administration costs).

 

Admits:

The lunches with Nina Berman, Francesco Zizola and Pep Bonet will each admit 6 to 8 people.

The lunch with Alixandra Fazzina and Benedicte Kurzen will admit 12 to 14 people.

 

 

HOW TO SUBMIT?

1. Please download, fill out, and sign the registration form.

This can be sent via email to: info@abcmprogetti.net

 

2. Please make an advance payment of 100 EUR via PayPal

or bank transfer to:

Bank Account holder Stichting Noor Foundation

IBAN code: NL37 INGB 0004288015

BIC/SWIFT: INGBNL2A

 

Please clearly indicate with the payment your name and what it concerns, so we can track the payment. Please send a receipt of the payment together with the registration form.

 

3. For the 3 day workshop with Stanley Greene, Jon Lowenstein, Sebastian Liste and Andrea Bruce, as well as the one day workshop with Asim Rafiqui, you are required to have:

- Basic experience in documentary photography or photojournalism;

- A high level of motivation;

- English language skills (the workshop is in English);

- A good technical understanding of your camera equipment, a working knowledge of the media environment and basic image management skills.

 

To apply you need to send a PDF file not exceeding 6 MB including:

A CV including your contact information and a written text explaining your work and projects.

A portfolio of max. 30 images with text introductions and captions (please show your story telling skills by presenting at least one picture story of 8 images).

 

Please send your application with all the above requested documents (registration form, payment receipt, portfolio) toinfo@abcmprogetti.net

 

Deadline: Tuesday 28 April 2015 EXTENDED! NEW DEADLINE: 5 May 2015 (before midnight C.E.T.)

 

If sending a PDF creates a problem, we accept links and word documents or alternative formats. For more information contact info@abcmprogetti.net.

 

Selected participants for the workshops and the lunches will be provided with necessary information in the form of welcome packs prior to the event and with a free pass for the festival.

 

 

FEES AND POLICY

Tuitions for the workshops and the lunches does not include flights, accommodations or meals. All on-the-ground expenses are the responsibility of the student.

 

Once you submit your application, you will be notified within 2 business days after the submissions deadline.

 

All fees must be paid within three days from acceptance. Students will then be emailed a full welcome package with suggestions for accommodations as well as a guide to Reggio Emilia.

 

Please note

- NOOR reserves the right to change or alter the program advertised.

- If a participant decides to cancel for whatever reason, it must be confirmed in writing:

. NOOR will reimburse all the registration costs except for €15 administration fee, if the participant informs NOOR of cancellation the day they receive the notification of acceptance to the workshop. Beyond this time limit, NOOR will charge the following:

. 50% of the cost if cancelled between 6 and 12 days before the workshop commences.

. 100% of the cost if cancelled less than 5 days before the workshop commences.

. All workshops that are commenced but not completed through the fault of either the contractor/or participant need to be paid in full.

- NOOR is not responsible for reimbursement of travel expenses in case a workshop is cancelled. We recommend that you buy refundable air tickets and/or travel insurance.

- A €100 application fee is required for each application. If accepted, this balance will be applied to the final tuition. If the student is not accepted, a refund of the application fee will be granted (minus €15 administration costs).

 

For any questions, or for more information, please contact Valeria Ribaldi.

masterclass participants selected

© Andrea Bruce | NOOR

 

NOOR, Nikon and Kamerades are proud to announce the list of 15 participants for the NOOR-Nikon Masterclass 2015. The participants were selected out of a total of 114 portfolios that were submitted from 9 different countries in the region.

 

We would like to herewith sincerely thank all the people who put effort in their application and congratulate the photographers who will be taking part in the masterclass:

 

Majlend Bramo from Albania

Mina Delić from Serbia

Tsvetomir Dimov from Bulgaria

Fisnik Dobreci from Montenegro

Marija Erdelji from Serbia

Elena Geroska from Macedonia/Bulgaria

Milovan Milenković from Serbia

Armend Nimani from Kosovo

Marina Paulenka from Croatia

Midhat Poturovic from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Matjaž Rušt from Slovenia

Mitar Simikić from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Denislav Stoychev from Bulgaria

Oksana Toskic from Serbia

Matic Zorman from Slovenia

 

The NOOR-Nikon Masterclass will be held in Belgrade between 30 March – 3 April 2015. During the five days of the workshop, the participants, together with three member photographers of NOOR, Andrea Bruce, Stanley Greene and Kadir van Lohuizen, and NOOR’s Associate Editor, Asmara Pelupessy, will work on portfolios, improve editing skills and learn how to pick up and develop stories.

 

We are looking forward to meeting all the participants, having the chance to learn about their work and sharing experiences.

noor-nikon masterclass update: tutors announced, opened to bulgarian photographers & deadline extended

 

NOOR photographers Kadir van Lohuizen, Andrea Bruce and Stanley Greene will be the tutors for this years NOOR-Nikon Masterclass in Documentary Photography in Belgrade, Serbia.

 

The call has also been extended to Bulgarian photographers who are encouraged to apply.

 

Accordingly, we've extended the deadline for applications - the new deadline is Thursday the 19th of February. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

 

NOORNikon and Kamerades invite photographers to submit their portfolios for selection for the 2015 NOOR-Nikon Masterclass in Documentary Photography. 
The masterclass will be accessible to young and aspiring documentary photographers and photojournalists from the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Slovenia. Please find more information about applying here.

 

If you are interested to find out more and read about experiences of participants from former masterclasses then see the examples of previous workshops here & here.

call for applications: noor-nikon masterclass in belgrade, serbia

NOOR, together with the Serbian collective Kamerades and Nikon invite photographers to submit their portfolios for selection for the 2015 NOOR-Nikon Masterclass in Documentary Photography in Belgrade, Serbia.

 

NOOR photo agency and foundation and Nikon Europe support documentary photographers from emerging markets all over the world through the organization of annual motivational masterclasses.

 

The 2015 program is scheduled to take place in Belgrade, Serbia, 30 March through to 3 April 2015.

 

The masterclass will be accessible to young and aspiring documentary photographers and photojournalists from the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Slovenia.

 

THE WORKSHOP

 

During the five days of the workshop, 15 participants, together with three member photographers of NOOR - Andrea Bruce, Stanley Greene and Kadir van Lohuizen - and NOOR’s managing director - Evelien Kunst - will share experiences, work on portfolios, improve editing skills and learn how to pick up and develop stories. Each day consists of intensive communication with the photographers on the subjects of technical features and the peculiarities of the international photo market. It is a unique opportunity to gain new knowledge, contacts, learn to tell stories in a visual language and develop a personal vision.

 

The workshop is free of charge; travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed (possession of a passport and travel insurance is required to apply).

 

SUBMISSION

 

For submission you are required to have:

• Basic experience in documentary photography or photojournalism;

• A high level of motivation;

• English language skills (the workshop is in English);

• A good technical understanding of your camera equipment, a working knowledge of the media environment and basic image management skills.

 

 

To apply you need to send a PDF file not exceeding 6 MB including:

 

• A CV including your contact information and a written text explaining your work and projects. Please clarify your involvement in photography by showing a proven track record, proof of a photographic training or at least 1-year experience of practice;

• Motivation letter in English (1 page);

• A portfolio of max. 30 images with text introductions and captions (please show your story telling skills by presenting at least one picture story of 8 images).

 

Please send your application to: masterclass2015@noorimages.com before midnight C.E.T. Thursday 19 February 2015.

 

If sending a PDF creates a problem, we accept links and word documents or alternative formats. For more information contact NOOR via masterclass2015@noorimages.com or tel. +31.20.6164040 or Skype: noorimages (Amsterdam).

 

In case you are selected for the workshop, you will be asked to perform a short assignment to work on before the workshop starts.

 

 

Organized with the generous support of Nikon Europe B.V.

 

 

NOOR (Amsterdam): Evelien Kunst

managing director | NOOR

tel. + 31.20.616.4040

email: masterclass2015@noorimages.com

www.noorimages.com | skype: noorimages

 

Kamerades (Belgrade): Tamara Ognjanovic

project manager | Kamerades

tel. +381 63 8679 800

email: contact@kamerades.com or tashaognjanovic@gmail.com

www.kamerades.com | skype: kamerades

 

rnw-noor visual storytelling academy in mexico kicks off

A report back from academy moderator, photography editor and consultant Claudia Hinterseer (former managing director of NOOR)

 

So nice to be part of a NOOR project once again, it feels natural, like I’ve never been away…

It’s day one of the Latin-American chapter of the RNW-NOOR Academy and we’ve kicked-off on a high note: Jon Lowenstein, Sebastian Liste, Michiel Bles and Cristina Fernández Cuéllar of the Radio Netherlands Worldwide (RNW) and myself - united with eight Mexican, one El Salvadorian and a Venezuelan photographer at the beautiful Monterrey Tech University in Mexico City.

 

 

 

 

The Academy started a few weeks ago with a visual literacy workshop for the picture editors and designers of RNW in Hilversum, and now here in Mexico the aim is to elevate the skills of local photographers for RNW’s El Toque platform to collaborate with. After these five days they will each - during three months - work on visual stories with the support of Jon and Sebastian, culminating in the publication of their work on the El Toque platform. So stay tuned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today we first took our time to get to know one another. In discussing which topics people cover; not surprisingly a lot deal with issues relating to narco-culture, violence, and disappearances, but there’s also interest in indigenous people and contra-culture for instance.

 

It’s a mixed group with some more-established, strong visual storytellers and some less experienced students of photography... and there’s a good vibe. Most importantly, everyone is serious about their work, and that’s a good thing too - as Jon put it laughingly: “‘…’cause otherwise it would be a nightmare to work together for 12 weeks!”

 

 

For me it’s at the same time a small reunion: at the welcome dinner NOOR photographer Andrea Bruce, who recently moved to Mexico City joined us - “que padre!”, so cool, as the Mexicans say.

 

 

Text and images © Claudia Hinterseer

NOOR at photoville 2014

NOOR's recent group project in Za'atari is now shown at PHOTOVILLE –  the largest annual photographic event of New York City; it is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. For Nina Berman this is an inspiring event ''it was here that I first started thinking about the possibilities for large-scale outdoor photographic displays''. NOOR is excited to bring the Za'atari project to this location, after it was initially installed on the walls of the refugee camp in Jordan. The installation features 4 meter wide images by photographers Alixandra Fazzina, Andrea Bruce, Stanley Greene and Nina Berman.

   
''Having covered stories of refugees around the world over nearly two decades, Zaatari Camp in Jordan puts a different face on what a crisis should look like. Far from languishing in the desert to wait out the ongoing conflict, the 120,000 Syrian refugees at Zaatari have mobilised themselves. Facing up to what is a protracted situation, they are getting by day to day in what has become a new temporary city across the frontier. These threads of new lives that are weaving together the community in Zaatari compelled me to look beyond the surface, to try and tell a more sensitive and positive narrative of the people I came to meet'' - says NOOR photographer Alixandra Fazzina, whose work is now available on the NOOR website - 'Za'atiri, New Lives' http://noorimages.com/feature/zaatari-new-lives/`

 


 

Also at Photoville, on Sunday September 28, there will be a Panel Discussion with Nina Berman on Photography in Public Space. This discussion will explore the politics, meanings, and impact of site-specific artwork, examining case studies from photographers who have mounted larger-than-life photographs everywhere.

 

More information on the installation:
http://www.photoville.com/2014-installations/zaatari/

More information on the panel discussion:
http://www.photoville.com/2014-programming/2014-talks-workshops/whose-space-our-space/

What to do at Photoville?
http://www.featureshoot.com/2014/09/10-workshops-panels-and-events-you-shouldnt-miss-at-photoville-2014/