Over three weeks in October, The VII Foundation is running a special online workshop on ethical literacy.
They will select 12-15 participants, and there is no cost for those chosen.
There will also be three online public lectures as part of this workshop that anyone can register to attend (details of those are forthcoming).
What will the workshop cover?
This workshop explores what photography ethics is, why photography ethics matters, and how you can apply photography ethics to your practice. You will look at case studies, share experiences, and reflect on the ethical decisions that we make. The workshop is geared toward photographers and photo editors, but the topics covered will be relevant to those who work with other forms of visual media.
This workshop and the public lectures will be held on Tuesday, 3 October, 10 October, and 17 October. The program will be delivered over three 2.5-hour sessions (including the lectures) on those days. The time of the workshop and lectures is TBC.
Who is running the workshop?
Savannah Dodd, founder and director of the Photography Ethics Centre, will facilitate these sessions. She will be joined by noteworthy guest speakers who will share their experiences and answer your questions about how they address ethics in their work.
Selected participants will be expected to attend all three sessions and to do assigned preparatory work in advance of each session. Participants will be expected to commit 4-5 hours per week for the three weeks. By the end of the workshop, each participant will have crafted their own Statement of Ethics and will be eligible for certification from the Photography Ethics Centre.