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“YARAT” Contemporary Art Space Organization announces a call for applications for workshops delivered by renowned Russian documentary photographers Ms. Oksana Yushko and Mr. Arthur Bondar for the period of 20-28/10/2013.
“Documentary photography today: from conception to implementation”
Workshops attendants will realize what documentary photography means and learn the role it plays in the modern world. Workshop classes were specifically designed for the students interested in recording the reality and longing for creating photo trail on hot topics of the day.
The workshop trainers-photographers Arthur Bondar and Oksana Yushko- will share their solo and collective projects experience with workshop attendants. They will elucidate the necessity for proof of photos authentification and authentification process, they will teach you to bust the stereotypes, to explore the environment, to work on long-term photo sessions, how to reveal the problems and troubleshoot.
Workshop attendants will be asked to take part in film shooting and work on joint project on the previously agreed issues. Workshop classes will culminate with project presentation (exhibition/screening).
Arthur Bondar was born and raised in Ukraine. He has a University degree in English philology. Since 2007 he has been working as journalist and at present lives in Moscow. He studied documentary photography and human rights in New-York University, Tisch School of Art in 2012, attended Eddie Adams Workshop in the USA and Noor-Nikon Workshop in Romania in 2011. Up to now, he has participated in numerous festivals all around the globe. He is a winner of U.S. Documentary Photography Foundation prize in 2013, human rights scholarship of Magnum foundation’s Human Rights Fellowship in 2012 and National Geographic grant in 11. At present, he is working on solo and collective projects in Ukraine, Russia and other countries.
Oksana Yushko lives in Moscow and has been working as a journalist since 2006. She has a University degree in Computer Engineering and Applied Mathematics. She is the winner of Emergency Photographer Grant of BURN Magazine in 2013, Anthropographia Human Rights in 2012, Lens Culture International in 2011, The Aftermath project in 2010, Conscientious Portfolio Competition in 2010, etc. She participated in festivals and exhibitions in Russia, USA, Germany, Great Britain, Finland, Denmark, Spain, Thailand and so on. She is closely cooperating with Russian and foreign publications. At present, she keeps working on solo and collective projects both in Russia and abroad.
>>> If you are interested in the workshop, please send you CV and some photos (up to 5) to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 10th. Participants’ selection is competitive and the limited number of attendants will be selected. Post-deadline applications will be automatically rejected.