Meiselas, whose documentary photographs are on view in Exposed, joins a group of journalistic innovators to discuss new forms of investigative journalism. As traditional, newspaper-based reporting faces decreasing resources and readership, how do we build a new infrastructure for investigative photojournalism? What roles do citizen journalism and activism via new media play? How do nonprofits, independent publishing houses, and even art spaces create new opportunities for great reporting to be seen and heard?
Exposed Roundtable: The Future of Investigative Reporting
Related Exhibition Exposed
Friday, November 05, 2010, 3:00 p.m.
Phyllis Wattis Theater
David Cohn, founder, Spot.us
Susan Meiselas, photographer
Robert Rosenthal, executive director, Center for Investigative Reporting
A. C. Thompson, reporter, ProPublica
Lola Vollen, cofounder, Voices of Witness, and founder, Life After Exoneration Program
Image: Susan Meiselas, Youths practice throwing contact bombs in forest surrounding Monimbo, from the series Nicaragua, 1978; Purchase through a gift of Photo Wings through Suzie Katz