The Alexia Foundation is proud to offer a two-day seminar entitled "Latin America: Stories That Drive Change." The seminar will be an opportunity to share and celebrate photojournalism by Latin American and Latino journalists. It will also help all visual journalists learn how to better develop and support their own work.
- see the best photography by Latin American & Latino photographers
- learn about developing relationships and working with photo editors at the world’s top publications
- gain understanding about using Instagram to further reach
- learn how VR can be incorporated into one’s own work,
- learn how to successfully apply for numerous grant opportunities
- be inspired to develop passion projects and find one’s own photographic voice.
The speakers include National Geographic Photographer Ami Vitale
, National Geographic Photographer and Quito Cultural Minister Pablo Corral Vega
, Syracuse University's Alexia Tsairis Chair of Documentary Photography Mike Davis
, Photographer and Inaugural Getty Instagram Grant Winner Adriana Zehbrauskas
, Managing Editor of LIFE VR TIME Inc's New Virtual Reality Brand Mia Tramz
and National Geographic's Deputy Director of Photography Whitney Johnson
After a morning of talks, speakers will lead individual break out sessions of 20 participants to go further in-depth into issues. You will be given the opportunity to sign up 3 out of 6 break out sessions starting March 28.
A limited number of project reviews will be conducted on the morning of Sunday, April 9. Please indicate in the seminar application form if you are interested in participating. Space for reviews will be available on a sign-up sheet on a first come, first served basis on the weekend of the seminar.
Please use the form below to register for the Seminar. Space is limited so sign up today!
No refunds will be issued after April 1st.