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Thursday, February 29 - Sunday, March 3, 2019
All classes meet from 9 AM to 5 PM in the SF Camerawork Conference Room

Tanya Habjouqa, from the series  Tomorrow There Will be Apricots

Tanya Habjouqa, from the series Tomorrow There Will be Apricots


Wear comfortable clothes.

Bring your laptop, charger, a USB stick and/or external hard drive with your image files, and prints of the work you will be editing.

Prepare your specific portfolio of a project that you’re currently working on or researching or even an ongoing project you’re having trouble with. You will present it to the group on the first day (you will have 10 minutes including introduction). Your images should be formatted, sequenced and ready for viewing on your laptop or put into a presentation.

Please prepare tight & wide edits from this project/ story you want to focus on during the workshop. Throughout the workshop, you will be working on a new edit of this work and how to present it. A tight edit can be about 8 - 15 images; a wide edit can be upwards of 40 images.

For this body of work we ask you to also bring prints that are at least 6 by 4 inches (15 x 10 cm). They don’t need to be professional prints. You will use them for selection and editing.

You will also want to have all usable material from the project available on your computer or drive in case you want to come back to them while editing. This can include additional images, writing, personal diary, research materials, video, audio or archive footage, material from charters you’re documenting etc. Think outside the box!

In order to make our short time together most rich, please think ahead which questions and points you most want to discuss at this workshop. You will be asked to share the learning points you want to address through this workshop with the group during introductions on the first day. Also imagine how you would like to disseminate the work (as a book, installation, interactive platform, etc.)

Additionally, we encourage you to bring other additional projects on your computer so you have them on hand.

Enrollment is immediate upon receipt of tuition payment in full, there is no refund/cancellation period. Should you need to cancel, SFC will attempt to fill spaces from the waitlist if possible, in which case a refund will be negotiated.
Should SFC or the instructor cancel the workshop, all fees will be 100% refunded.