*Through Our Eyes: visual stories of the Richmond

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Photojournalist Frederic Larson leads a 3-session (11/9,11/23, & 12/14.) intensive photo documentary class and study of the Richmond neighborhood. This first session is a prerequisite for sessions 2 & 3. Each student will create a visual story over the course of the class.
A guided photo shoot (Session 2) in the neighborhood is designed to help students develop technical and story telling skills.
Stories will be submitted to the city’s archives and made available for research and public use. Class is limited to 20 people.
Register online at http://tinyurl.com/kfjqmuw.
Registration closes Tuesday November 5.

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