Using Photography as an Ecotherapy Tool: A Ten Directions Learning Unit

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Using Photography as an Ecotherapy Tool: A Ten Directions Learning Unit

Time: June 1, 2020 to June 26, 2020
Location: on line
Event Type: on, line, learning, unit
Organized By: caroline brazier
Latest Activity: Apr 16

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The camera gives a fresh eye through which to explore perception. It shows us what we see and throws light on our assumed angles of view. It can surprise us by challenging our assumptions and bringing new insights into our surroundings, but it can also show us a lot about the way we see and present ourselves. The photograph is an image, created with intention, but often revealing unplanned and unguarded moments. In this learning unit you will be invited to explore ways in which the photograph can aid mindfulness and sharpen awareness, we can explore image and self-image, projection and reality. This course is neither technical nor aimed at producing artistic images. A simple phone camera will be adequate to produce the images which will then be uploaded to the shared site.
This 21 day course follows a similar format to other Ten Directions online units, offering daily exercises to help you explore themes related to the topic. Students will post short daily responses on a shared group and will receive feedback and be able to comment on one another's work.

Unit cost for those who are not registered Ten Directions students £130


The following events are all available to students on the Ten Directions Programme, and can be used towards the 90 required attendance hours. They are also open to members of the public who wish to join as a 'one off'. To sign up for this event, please write to courses@tarikitrust.org for an application form.

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