Cameras in the Library: Free Photography Program for Kids Ages 8-12
Updated: May 7, 2019
We're happy to announce that will be running our Cameras in the Library after school program at the Oakwood Village Library & Arts Centre, from May 22-June 19.
The program is free and open to kids ages 8-12
Program Dates: Wednesday, May 22 Friday, May 24 Wednesday, May 29 Friday, May 31 Wednesday, Jun 05 Wednesday, Jun 12 Friday, Jun 14 Wednesday, Jun 19
About our Cameras in the Library Program: Cameras in the Library, a super fun, immersive and experiential introduction to digital photography, the history of photography and an exploration of iconic 20th century photographers. Over a course of 8 workshop sessions, participants ages 8-12 will work closely with Diana Nazareth, professional photographer and founder of Project Kids & Cameras, and Kelly Lui, assistant instructor and videographer. They will brainstorm on a photo theme that will encourage them to explore the people and places in their community, take and print their own photos in workshop, and learn how to curate a photo exhibit showcasing their work in the library’s gallery space.
About Project Kids & Cameras:
Project Kids & Cameras is a social enterprise empowering kids ages 7-14 to explore their voice and the world around them through photography, literacy, visual thinking skills, and social action. Our programs are now offered in a variety of learning environments such as in schools, community art centres, libraries, and during photo walks, summer workshops and PA Days. Learn more about us at projectkidsandcameras.com
A Cultural Hotspot SPARK project in partnership with the City of Toronto.
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