Napoli: Visual Story-Telling, Workshop with Photographer Lina Pallotta
Main Location Napoli, Via dei Tribunali, 138 80100 Italy Map It | Official Website www.tribunali138.it | Workshop Calendar February 27: 5.30-9.00 p.m. , February 28: 10.00-13.00 a.m.; 2.00-6p.m. March 1: 10.00-13.00 a.m.; 2.00-6p.m. | Submissions: Please, send 10 images (not more than 1mb, 72dpi, in a zip compressed folder) to firstname.lastname@example.org | Price: € 250
Well-known photographer Lina Pallotta’s STORY TELLING workshop will last three days.
The experience is specifically aimed to photographers realizing a personal long-term photo project.
How to transform an idea in a series of images and a comprehensive story?
This the main lead of these full-immersion classes. Students will be encouraged and pushed to re-analyze their own projects’ purposes, visualize their personal points of view, re-define the contents. A professional global help to address and develop a more independent vision, able to convey a deeper understanding of the chosen subjects, letting both, the subjects and the photographers’ most intimate reasons surface and mix through images.
Lina Pallotta: Born in Italy (1955) she moved to New York by the end of 80s, where she studied Photojournalism and Photographic Documentary at ICP. Today she lives between Rome and New York, where she teaches reportage at Scuola Romana di Fotografia, Officine Fotografiche, International Center of Photography.
Her works have been displayed in Europe and US and published on international magazines (Katalog Material, Das Magazin, D-Donna, Marie Claire, Liberation, The Guardian, …). Prizes and Awards: New York Foundation for the Arts 1998; Fellowship L’Atelier de Visu, Marseille, France, 2001; CASE Media Fellowships, University of Texas, El Paso 2002; Fund for Creative Communities, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council 2003, 14th Memorial Prize Osvaldo Buzzi, Italy 2014.