Teacher Institutes during the school year are free and include museum admission. Space is limited and an application is required.
Since the beginning of his career in the 1970s, Dawoud Bey has used his camera to represent communities and histories that have largely remained underrepresented or even unseen. Bey has worked primarily in portraiture, making tender and direct portrayals of black subjects both on the street and in the studio.
In this workshop, participants will explore the exhibition and experience strategies for working with photography in the classroom and in the museum.