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Students will tell their personal story through design, images and objects/materials/textures that come alive through a diorama.
Students will consider identity through the lens of visual storytelling. Students will use photography and text to tell a personal narrative that may address and disrupt stereotypes.
Through a collaborative process, students will create a photo collage together — each contributing a source image and responding artistically to others’ source images.
Students will be able to analyze the work of the photographer, determine outcomes of the project and apply these lessons to their own social justice documentary project.
Students will collage past and current photos of themselves to reflect on their own life history, legacy and role as future ancetorsy.
Students will define their core audience, and design and produce a community exhibition for that audience.
Students will re-imagine a personal, community or historical archival photo, using ‘re-photography’ as a way to connect to the past.
Students explore how dominant narratives about their community are created, and disrupt them by creating their own counter narratives.
Students will map out potential ways to connect to stories to tell, bringing purpose through their photography.