We experience grief in our lives in many different ways, but we don’t always allow it to be seen or felt. Photographs and words can be a powerful and tangible place for our grief to land. This course is a conceptual guide for you to explore and express this in a personal way through images and writing.
Registration is per household, and we encourage you to grab a roommate or family member and take this class together.
Class is delivered live online via Zoom, and for those who cannot attend live a Zoom recording link will be sent out after class.
A limited number of tickets are available at a 50% discount for those in financial hardship.
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Watch this short video to learn more about your instructor:
About your instructor:
Felicia Chang is a documentary photographer and educator based in North Vancouver. She is drawn to the nuances of human emotions and how photographs have the power to shape narratives. She believes that all versions of life stories deserve visual space, and her photographs reflect an intersection of complex frames and emotions. As an instructor, she works
to change the mindset of photographers at the grassroots level to advocate for everyone’s version of reality as photo-worthy. Within her community, she works with local children’s hospitals and hospices to document end of life journeys.