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What's in an Image? - Online

What are the historical, social, political implications of images, largely from a news and documentary perspective? How does photography provide a service/disservice in representing large global issues like poverty or climate change? Students will engage in such topics as: thinking about viral images, images used in propaganda, ethics of AI images, fake news and the complications of representations while documenting 'the other'. In this course, students will have assigned readings and film screenings before each class to prepare for an in-class discussion each week. Students won't be 'making' new work in this class but it will act as a stimulus to their work and thinking around photography. We will also look at artists' who have worked with photography (not as photographers) but using the photographic medium through collage, appropriation, digital manipulation and image-text practices.


Non-Member: $265

Standard Member: $238.50

Enhanced Member: $212

Friend: $198.75


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November 4th, 2021 - December 9th, 2021 

Thursdays, 6:30PM - 8:30 PM EST

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This course is for photographers and non practicing photographers alike.

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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