This workshop is now sold out. If you are interested in joining our Inside>>Out program, we encourage you to check the other workshops we offer.

Join Jérôme Sessini’s shooting workshop in Tirana and Bajram Curri in Albania, where the Magnum photographer made his first coverage of a conflict.

Back in 1998, Kosovo, which shares borders with Albania, entered a conflict in which ethnic Albanians opposed ethnic Serbs and the government of  Yugoslavia. Jérôme Sessini, a young photographer at that time, spent a few months there reporting the secession and its impact on the population.

As part of Inside>>Out, you are invited to re-visit this area of Albania. On the first day of the workshop, after his and Mark Power lectures, you will board a bus bound to Bajram Curri with your fellow participants. Shooting alongside Jérôme Sessini, you will create a photo essay of your choice relating to Albania’s history and the idea of remembrance. A public slideshow will be organised on the last night on the streets of Tirana, as part of the wider Inside>>Out public program.



By the end of the workshop, participants should… 

  • Have a thoroughly planned and critically informed self directed body of photographic work
  • Be able to demonstrate creative, visual, and technical abilities
  • Critically analyze photography within both historical and theoretical frameworks
  • Engage in informed, critical self-reflection and the ability to critique peers
  • Demonstrate an understanding of editing photographs for different outputs
  • Develop an understanding of the variety of ways in which photography can function as a means of personal expression and as a documentary record


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Click here to book your place in this workshop. A 425€ deposit is required at the time of registration.

The workshop fee is 1,700€, payment plans available (we offer the possibility to pay in 2 installments).

Payments in 2 installments available until: 31 January 2024



If you have any questions about this workshop, please contact us:

The application process is operating on a first come first serve basis and participants can be accepted right up until the start of the workshop.
The fee covers: - internal travel to locations Does not cover: - accommodation, - travel to the workshop location, - meals
While we will not make booking arrangements for you, we will send a list of suggested hotels to encourage participants to stay in the same places.
We usually recommend participants to wait for the workshop to reach the minimum number of participants before booking their trips. As soon as the workshop is confirmed, we will send out an email meaning you can book your trip.
As soon as we reach the minimum number of participants we will notify everyone - leaving as much time as possible for you to book transport and accommodation if needed. If you sign up after the minimum number of participants has been reached we will let you know that the workshop is confirmed.
As part of our Terms and conditions, everyone taking a workshop is required to have insurance for the duration of the program.
We recommend everyone to arrive at the latest in the morning of Sunday 21 April and leave at the earliest on Saturday 27 April, 2024.
The remaining balance would need to be paid before the 1st of March 2024.
Applications are open to photographers from Albania or the Balkan countries. 8 scholarships will be offered.
Depending on availability, you can decide to join one of the other Inside>>Out workshops.

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