Magnum Photos has joined forces with Goldsmiths, part of the University of London, to run a photography workshop on the south coast from 11-15 March.
This latest workshop was inspired by Goldsmiths' 2011 international symposium City to Sea, which brought together artists, photographers and social scientists to develop visual projects that explored culture, tourism, coastal regeneration and the heritage of the British seaside.
Participants will work alongside Magnum photographer Peter Marlow and City to Sea curators Rebecca Locke and David Kendall, reviewing, critiquing and editing their images. There will also be presentations and discussions with Goldsmiths researchers and artists.
The workshop will culminate in a public outdoor projection of images taken across the four day period. An interactive seaside photo booth entitled the William Blake Imagination Photo Booth inspired by Blake's poetry will also be in operation in the evenings of the 08 and 09 March at the Bognor Regis Bandstand.
Marlow will also be giving a presentation about his career in photography to members of the public on 11 March at 18:30pm. Tickets cost £4.50 and can be purchased online.
For more details about the workshop, visit the Magnum Photos website.
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