Ashley Feagin, Arthur Fields, Crystal McBrayer, and Jennifer Murray (T&L)
Saturday, March 12 - 11:00AM to 11:45AM
The continuing democratization of photography brings new challenges/ opportunities to image-makers and educators. Students enter the classroom with a loose understanding of the social application of photographs. As photo educators we can use this social construct and flip their awareness of the photographic image; challenging its purpose and function.
This panel is a round table discussion of artists/educators, who embrace the smartphones as a tool for image making and have integrated it within their curricula. The smartphone has opened new opportunities for challenging students to rethink the theoretical and applied significance of the photograph.