Past Workshop

6 Wednesdays:
May 8 — June 12
9 — 11 a.m. (Chicago Time)

Judy Weiser defines therapeutic photography as “photo-based activities that are self-initiated and conducted by oneself (or as part of an organized group or project), but where no formal therapy is taking place and no therapist or counselor needs to be involved.”

Photography and lens-based practices are powerful tools for self-reflection, growth, awareness, and connection with the world around us. You will be introduced to various photo-based therapeutic practices, based on the research of social scientists and artists. You will be invited to apply these practices through guided photo and written assignments to create your own body of work. 

This course will be focused on participants and different topics they would like to explore/experiment with. It will best suit students interested in conceptual contemporary photography and psychology. 

Designed for intermediate to advanced photographers. Digital SLR or mirrorless cameras are mandatory. Good knowledge of photo editing software is a plus.

To register, follow the link.

Therapeutic Photography: Self-Inquiry with Photo-Based Practices. Lilit (Lilo) Danielyan | Visual artist | Portugal
Therapeutic Photography: Self-Inquiry with Photo-Based Practices. Lilit (Lilo) Danielyan | Visual artist | Portugal
Therapeutic Photography: Self-Inquiry with Photo-Based Practices. Lilit (Lilo) Danielyan | Visual artist | Portugal