Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
A new video about the Family Photo Talks workshop, organized by CRDI and driven by Susanna Muriel within the framework of the European Kaleidoscope project is now available. Family Photo Talks is a participatory workshop about collective memory, to share and disseminate the story of family photography. The workshop was organised by the Center for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) in Girona, in October 2019. It was part of the European Kaleidoscope project, which was focused on European photography of the 50s.
The activity was driven by Susanna Muriel, a specialist in this subject. The workshop received a very good feedback from participants. They worked on the description and conservation of photography, and mainly on the narratives, that were created from an oral history exercise. For this specific workshop we created an audiovisual in order to explain the methodology used for this activity. The audiovisual aims to provide content that anyone could consider when organizing a memories workshop using photography as a resource. It is an audiovisual that can inspire and help other institutions when organizing a workshop. For the audiovisual, we use the images recorded during the event in Girona and we mainly use the images recorded in a private house from one of the participants.
Click the link here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjeaBISGTJI or below
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