POWER OF PHOTOGRAPHY TO EXPERIENCE COMMUNITY

July 24, 2024
6:00PM

LOCATION: THE POLASEK MUSEUM

PRICE:  FREE

Join us to view Gordon Parks 1943 photo essay of Mary McLeod Bethune, and the school she founded, Bethune-Cookman University, one of four historically Black colleges located in Florida and life in the surrounding segregated neighborhoods of Daytona Beach. 

Barbara Chandler, Hannibal Square Heritage Center Manager, will lead a panel discussion including local African American photographers: Mariah Roman, Katrina Schultz, Cynthia Slaughter, Toya Flewellyn, Everette Spruill, Thaddeus Watkins and Tyler Harrington as to how Gordon Parks has influenced their body of work and the impact of photography in Black communities as a way to reclaim our stories

1-DAY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

July 28, 2024
10:00AM – 4:00PM

LOCATION: THE POLASEK MUSEUM

PRICE:  $145 MEMBERS, $160 NON-MEMBERS

Space is limited 

Learn the basics of film photography, including 35mm camera instruction, photo composition, film development and creating prints.  No experience is necessary, all equipment and lunch will be provided. The workshop will begin at the Polasek Museum and then move to the Crealdé School of Art photography classroom. 

Instructor: Peter Schreyer, Executive Director, and Senior Faculty Member at Crealdé School of Art