Teaching Photographs

LOCATION
ARC Auditorium, Brooklyn Campus
Occurrence Date
Friday, October 11, 2019 at 9:00 AM
DATE(s)
October 10, 2019 at 9:00 AM - October 12, 2019 at 5:00 PM
DETAILS

HOW DO PHOTOGRAPHS TEACH?

HOW DO PHOTOGRAPHS PERFORM?

HOW ARE PHOTOGRAPHS MADE?

Pratt, Brooklyn Campus

October 10–12, 2019

On Thursday October 10, we will present a keynote lecture by artist JOSEPHINE PRYDE. On Friday October 11, we will host intimate talks, workshops, and seminars with artists and theorists. On Saturday, October 12, we will finish with a roundtable discussion.

Confirmed participants:
Fia Backström
Pradeep Dalal
Matt Keegan
Gelare Khoshgozaran
Anouk Kruithof
Julie Pochron
Josephine Pryde
Stephanie Syjuco
Sara VanDerBeek
Joanna Zylinska

For more information, visit teachingphotographs.info. and are.na/pratt-photo-mfa/teaching-photographs.

Event details are subject to change, please check instagram/prattphotographyMFA for up to date information.

Contact: gradphoto@pratt.edu

Support for Teaching Photographs, Pratt Institute:
Photography Department
School of Art, Dean’s Office
MFA Program in Photography
Academic Senate


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10

3:30–5 PM
Sara VanDerBeek & Julie Pochron
What is Color Correct? Investigations in color perception in the 21st century
ARC E2

7 PM
Keynote Speaker
Josephine Pryde responding to the question “How Do Photographs Teach?”
What Is There Not To Care About?
Higgins Hall


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11

10 AM
Joanna Zylinska
Undigital Photography: Image-making beyond Computation and AI
ARC E2

11:30 AM
Anouk Kruithof
The Secret Life of Photographic Images
ARC E2

2–3:30 PM
Fia Backström & Pradeep Dalal
Some proposed strategies on how to situate images by building context beyond representational pointers:
presentation, discussion, and practical exercises around three strategies for situating images
ARC D7

4 PM
Gelare Khoshgozaran
Writing Through Images
ARC E2

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12

11 AM
Matt Keegan & Stephanie Syjuco in conversation with Sara Greenberger Rafferty
How do Photographs Perform?
ARC E2

ACCESS TO PRATT PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

Pratt strives to make all programs, services and activities accessible, and will provide assistance to accommodate any individuals with disabilities. Security personnel, located at booths at 200 Willoughby Avenue and other campus locations, are available for assistance. Additional accessibility resources are available at pratt.edu/accessibility

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