Guide and inspire schools students while discussing exhibition subjects with internationally renowned Photographers on Photoville Education Day!
Each year Photoville Education Day welcomes 300 students from New York City schools for a photo-based field trip “designed to inspire, enlighten and entertain.” A Photoville Volunteer is assigned to each students group and guides them along a prepared path to specific education related exhibition containers where exhibition artists themselves give insights in their work and give opportunity for discussion as well as critique.
Why should You volunteer on Education Day?
- You´ll have the chance to get to know students and teachers interested in photography and exchange each others views and inspirations.
- You will have the opportunity to talk to renowned Artists whereas they are not always available during normal Photoville days.
- Your help as Volunteer will be much appreciated by the Photoville Team as well as the other Volunteers
- You can keep your limited edition Photoville T-shirt :)
Photoville Education Day 2015:
Stephanie Sinclair from National Geographic discussing her work about child marriage “Too Young to Wed” with the students.
Curious students question celebrity Photographer Mark Mann about his personal insights from the “Luminaries” portrait series.
Photographer Debi Cornwall explains students her motivation to work on “Gitmo at Home, Gitmo at Play (Gitmo on Sale)” in Guantanamo Bay.
All volunteers enjoy the free lunch after six hours of work.
Do You plan to volunteer or participate in the 2016 Education Program? Sign up for the mailing list at www.photoville.com