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.
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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 or 3 installments).
Payments in 3 installments available until: 31 December 2023
Payments in 2 installments available until: 31 January 2024
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