Arts and Cultural Heritage Community Arts Learning Grant
ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education ACHF Cultural Heritage
This project will result in the following measurable activities and outcomes: At least two community presentations led by Wing Young Huie that highlight his use of photography to address social issues. A workshop led by Wing Young Huie that brings together people from different backgrounds to explore portrait photography as a medium. A community exhibit of workshop participants' photos. By achieving these outcomes project participants will gain experience with portrait photography while growing an awareness of whose voices have been missing from the dialogue in our community. Ultimately, participants will have a greater understanding of what it means to be an inclusive community. Evaluation methods include: Documentation of each event that takes place during the project period (workshops, presentations). Collecting email address of attendees at workshops for a follow-up survey that measures changes in attitudes and abilities surrounding portrait photography. Recording questions and discussion during Wing Young Huie's presentations and workshops. Posters or chalk boards will be utilized at presentations and the exhibit to record attendees’ responses to key questions before they enter and as they are leaving as a creative, visual way to analyze change in perceptions. Analyzing the results of the workshops -- verbal, written, and photographic.
This project resulted in the following measurable activities and outcomes: Four community presentations led by Wing Young Huie that highlighted his use of photography to address social issues. One workshops led by Wing Young Huie with 15 students that explored portraits and street photography. An additional workshop with 15 students that was based on the themes and techniques shared by Wing Young Huie but facilitated by another art teacher. A community exhibit (in progress) of workshop participants' photos.
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