Encontros do Olhar



Programme

21 Oct—21:00 

Decolonise/Reactivate: Archives and Representation

Awa Konaté & Ben Krewinkel
Desirée Desmarattes (mod)

18 Nov—21:00

Photography and Social Activism

Anthony Luvera

24 Feb—21:00

The Female Body and Social Construction

Haley Morris-Cafiero

24 Mar—21:00

Photography in the Community

Jim Goldberg e Alessandra Sanguinetti

28 Apr—21:00

Photobook à La Portugaise

Archivo, Pierrot Le Fou & XYZ Books
Pablo Berástegui (mod)

26 May—21:00 

Commissioning Photography

Emma Bowkett & Josh Lustig





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26 May—21:00
Commissioning Photography



Emma Bowkett and Josh Lustig will discuss the way in which they work with photography at the Financial Times Weekend Magazine, one of the UK’s leading colour supplements. Ranging from the commissioning process, to identifying photo-stories, they will talk about the various ways photography is used within the magazine, as well as touching upon how best to pitch and present to editors; editing and creating a folio for reviews and meetings; the differences between presenting personal versus commissioned work, websites and social media.


Financial Times Weekend Magazine covers

Emma Bowkett is Director of Photography at the FT Weekend Magazine and a curator. She is Associate Lecturer at LCC, and regularly participates at international workshops, portfolio reviews, festivals and awards. She is also the curator of a Financial Times special supplement and talks programme at the annual Photo London photography fair.


Josh Lustig is the Deputy Picture Editor of the Financial Times Weekend Magazine. He previously worked as the Assignments Editor at Panos Pictures, and has been a visiting lecturer at a number of universities including, London College of Communication, University of Syracuse, NY, USA and the School of Media and Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark. In 2013 Josh co-founded the book-publishing wing of Tartaruga, a leading independent record label and print studio.




Mark