On July 15th and 16th, liminal’s inclusive photography workshop travels to Vamvakou!
After the presentation of the workshop at liminal space, in Theatre Square, on the 27th of June and the visit of the participants in the surroundings of the city center, Klikable will arrive in Vamvakou, Laconia, as part of the cultural events of Vamvakou Revival!
Klikable: Vamvakou with eyes closed!
A Blindfold Photography Workshop is coming to Vamvakou Experience Festival. It is about an inclusive photography workshop with eyes closed that frees imagination from the predominance of eyesight and activates hearing, smell, touch and the sense of the atmosphere through our largest sense organ, our skin.
The educational programme Klikable is addressed to individuals with or without visual impairment and to professional and amateur photographers interested in exploring new aspects of the art of photography. Participants will get trained in adapted photography techniques guided by specialised instructors and will practice the method of blindfold photography, while they will have the chance to test their skills outdoors, using their digital camera or the camera of their mobile phone.
Κλικable’s Educational Goals
The goals of the workshop are:
- To explore Vamvakou in alternative ways and bring out its beauty in a creative way
- To give the chance to individuals with visual impairment to get familiar with and get trained in photography techniques, as well as enhance them with skills that can support their means of expression
- To train professional or amateur photographers on new adapted photography techniques
- To raise awareness around matters of inclusion in culture through a hands-on educational process
The history of Klikable
Klikable project took place for the first time in November 2018 in Athens, initiated by the cultural organization liminal in collaboration with the indian organization Beyond Sight Foundation and curated by Partho Bhowmick, and concluded with two group exhibitions.
➡️ Useful Information
Addressed to adults
Number of participants: 15