Join Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata for a six-day immersive photographic workshop in Tbilisi, Georgia
Develop your photographic voice and produce new work to be printed in a collective zine under the mentorship of the visionary Magnum photographer
This workshop, organised in collaboration with the Tbilisi Photography and Multimedia Museum, will give you the opportunity to explore the city under the guidance of Antoine d’Agata and make new work for publication in a collective zine.
This course is for photographers wishing to broaden their perspectives and push the boundaries of their artistic practice. Prior to the masterclass commencing, you should think about what is at stake for you photographically, artistically and in your relation to the world. Consider how you can use this opportunity as a stepping point to continue to develop your practice long after the workshop is completed.
Images will be reviewed at the beginning of each day as you are expected to shoot during the rest of the day and evening. This workshop will challenge, guide and push you to find new responses to your ideas.
Due to the fast pace and duration of the workshop, you will need to have clear and realistic ideas on the story you would like to work on in Tbilisi.
Each student will receive one copy of the special edition group zine.
A copy of the zine will be added to the photographic library of the Tbilisi Photography and Multimedia Museum.
This workshop offers:
– Mentoring by Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata
– Individual portfolio reviews
– Group portfolio reviews
– Editing and sequencing
– Design and layout
Where & When
Tbilisi Photography and Multimedia Museum
14 Merab Kostava St,
From 31st March, 2pm till 5th April, 2pm with evening shooting and activities
The workshop will be held in English (French and Spanish also spoken).
We advise that the participants arrive on the 30th or 31st March in the early morning and leave late on the 5th, or on the 6th April.
Price: £1,300 (incl. VAT)
Terms and Conditions apply.
See the bottom of this page for more details.
We offer 1 scholarship for a photographer coming from specific regions. Please see bottom of page for the requirements on how to apply.
Selection and Requirements
Workshop open to 12 participants. The places are allocated on a first come first served basis.
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For enquiries relating to this project please email Dubheasa Lanipekun: firstname.lastname@example.org
Magnum Photos and the Tbilisi Photography and Multimedia Museum are proud to sponsor one scholarship for this workshop and are inviting photographers from the following regions to apply: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Turkey, Ukraine.
The successful candidate will be selected by the representatives of Magnum Photos and Tbilisi Photography and Multimedia Museum.
The successful applicant will be responsible for covering his/her expenses for the workshop (travel + accommodation).
Please send a portfolio of 20 images + a short motivation letter to email@example.com using WeTransfer.
Deadline to apply is 9th February 2020.
Terms and Conditions
• Magnum Photos reserves the right to cancel groups with less than 8 participants. Students will be given a full refund. In the event of cancellation, students will be given at least 2 weeks advance notice
• Magnum Photos reserves the right to change or alter the program advertised
• Travel insurance is mandatory.
• The workshop fee does not include international transport, accommodation in Tbilisi or ground expenses.
• For International applicants, Magnum Photos is not responsible for reimbursement of travel expenses in case the workshop is cancelled. We highly recommend that you buy refundable tickets and/or travel insurance
• Cancellations: Magnum will reimburse the totality of the ticket price is cancellation is made at least 21 days before the start of the workshop, minus a £50 administrative fee. We will charge 50% of the ticket price if cancellation is made between 15 and 21 days before the workshop and 100% of the ticket price if cancellation is made less than 15 days before the start of the workshop.