Students will be asked to look at the music traditions in their own lives and document them using various photography equipment and approaches. Students will use the subject of music as a way of beginning a conversation with a family member, whom they will interview and create a photo essay about.
Inspired by the exhibition No Wahala, It’s All Good: A Spiritual Cypher Within the Hip-Hop Diaspora presented at Photoville from September 12–22, 2019.
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