Theme: Urban regeneration
In collaboration with Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka

13 – 17 February 2006


Ten selected participants will have opportunity to develop their creativity and understanding of contemporary international photography practice through a collaborative 3 year project.
David Clark, tutor of the workshop, together with Croatian visual art theoreticians, will challenge their understanding of Croatian photographic culture, the global image economy, personal creative and technical boundaries, working collaboratively face to face and online, working on issue based assignments.
In addition to the two individual weeks of workshop a virtual learning environment will be built and maintained to keep participants engaged in the project and give them the resources needed to develop their ideas. The VLE will have both a public and private areas (for the workshop participants only). The public area will serve both as a gallery to show the work of the workshop and previous workshops and also an online educational resource that can be used publicly by other photographers.


Photography workshop Urban Regeneration

Rijeka, 15th February 2006

The British Council Croatia in collaboration with Museum of Modern and Contemporary art Rijeka, and Helena Srakocic-Kovac, a photo gallery custodian from London, organised a photography workshop Urban Regeneration that was held in the period from 13th till 17th February in Mali salon gallery in Rijeka. Tutor of the workshop was British photographer and lecturer D. J. Clark.


Ten selected participants will have opportunity to develop their creativity and understanding of contemporary international photography practice through a collaborative 3 year project.
Participants are Dora Budor, Tanja Dabo, Vanda Kljajo, Ariana Norsic, Mirela Norsic, Viktor Pravdica, Natasa Radovic, Jelena Vivoda, Sonja Zavacki i Matea Pasaric.
David Clark, http://www.djclark.com tutor of the workshop, together with Croatian visual art theoreticians, will challenge their understanding of Croatian photographic culture, the global image economy, personal creative and technical boundaries, working collaboratively face to face and online, working on issue based assignments.
In addition to the two individual weeks of workshop a virtual learning environment will be built and maintained to keep participants engaged in the project and give them the resources needed to develop their ideas. The VLE will have both a public and private areas (for the workshop participants only). The public area will serve both as a gallery to show the work of the workshop and previous workshops and also an online educational resource that can be used publicly by other photographers.
As the part of the programme of the workshop, on Thursday 16th February, in Mali salon, Korzo 24, Rijeka, Zelimir Koscevic will lecture on the theme Milan Pavic‘ Gromace.
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