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Unloading the Canon - Online

How can we correct our imagination of the photographic canon to see non-white photographic practices not as counternarratives, but to see them as initiatives and approaches which have higher purposes outside of confronting white hegemony? Through this course students will take steps to change or reinforce perceptions of what the photographic canon is and to re-center the artists, aesthetics, and concepts that it includes. Through readings, class discussions, presentations, and creative workshops students will create their own physical of digital resource for themselves and their community to help communicate a photographic canon based on inclusivity and criticality.  


Image by Jay Simple


Non-Member: $265

Standard Member: $238.50

Enhanced Member: $212

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Bio: 

Jay Simple is a visual artist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and currently resides in Pamplin, VA. He is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography at Longwood University and founder of The Photographers Green Book, a resource for inclusion, equity, and diversity within the photographic medium. Working through photography and a variety of mediums, Simple examines historical and contemporary effects of colonialism and white-centric ideology within the context of the United States. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from Columbia College Chicago, a Master of Liberal Art from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. 


He has had recent solo exhibitions at Hampden Sydney College(2019) and Longwood University(2019), and group exhibitions at Jamestown Art Center(2020), Franklin Street Works(2020), and Longwood Center for Visual Arts(2020). He is also a 2020 Artist-in-Residency at the Philadelphia Photo Art Center and co-curator of Asterisks in the Grand Narrative of History which is currently showing at the Longwood Center for Visual Arts. 

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March 26, 2021 - April 30, 2021

Fridays, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM EST

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This course will take place on Zoom. You will receive an email with the link upon completing your registration.



You may cancel up to seven days in advance to receive a refund. After that time no refunds or credits will be issued, no exceptions. PPAC will not provide refunds for courses missed as a result of students’ illness, emergencies, absence or any other events beyond PPAC’s control. Please send course cancellation requests to josh@philaphotoarts.org.


In the event that PPAC has to cancel a course you have registered for, you will be contacted two days before the course is scheduled to begin. You will have the option of receiving a refund or a credit towards a future course





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