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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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WEEKEND MASTER WORKSHOP WITH LARRY FINK

“EMPATHY: THE HIDDEN EYE”
SEPT 16-17, 2017 WEEKEND MASTER WORKSHOP WITH LARRY FINK

FotoFilmic//VILLAGE is a series of high quality weekend master workshops with widely acclaimed figures of contemporary photography on Vancouver’s luxuriant Bowen Island (British Columbia, Canada) to boost the creative practice of growing photographers.

Central to the “Village” concept is also to re-experience a kind of natural artistic conviviality lost to globalization and instant communication: our small Pacific island setting slows down social time and invites both the conversational and the personal to take part unscheduled making for meaningful one-on-one networking.

We’re incredibly excited to announce that our next VILLAGE workshop program in the fall will bring New York legendary documentary photographer & FOTOFILMIC17 Juror Larry Fink to FotoFilmic’s pacific island headquarters in Vancouver for a unique weekend long photography retreat!

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn directly from one of the most iconic figures of photography today! Read on below for all workshop & registration details and take advantage of our May 22 Early Bird 2 free nights signup, low $285 deposit as well as new instalment flexible payment plan to reserve your spot right away!

WORKSHOP TYPE: 2-day weekend seminar

WORKSHOP TITLE: Empathy: The Hidden Eye

GUEST ARTIST: Larry Fink

WHEN: Sept 16-17, 2017

WHERE: FotoFilmic, Bowen Island, BC, Canada (Vancouver)

PARTICIPANTS: Open to all 18+

COST: $845 ($995 with accommodations)

DEPOSIT: $285

* * LIMITED SPACE * * FIRST-COME FIRST-SERVED BASIS * *

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