& Feminism

A study group
by Delphine Adama Fawundu
& Cati Bestard

Open to all photo students and visual arts majors at Columbia University

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October 12th - 4pm

Classroom 106- Watson

A Herstory of Photography I

From the 18th Century to the early 20th

Looking at the work of Anna Atkins, Julia Margaret Cameron, Berenice Abbott, Lucia Moholy, Claude Cahun, Madame E. Toussaint Welcome, (born Jennie Louise Van Der Zee), Tina Modotti, Ashraf al Saltaneh, among others.

October 27 - 10:15

484 14th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Libraries and Archives as a Resource

A tour with a photo expert to take a look at vernacular photographical documents at the Lesbian Herstory Archives.


Illuminations: Women Writing on Photography From the 1850s to the Present Val Williams, Liz Heron. Pages. 249-376.
Dykes in context: Some Problems in Minority Representation Jan Zita Grover.
Incomplete Messengers Notes on Heavy Equipment, Ariel Goldberg, 2018.
Body, Sex, Interface, Cait McKinney, 2015.

November 6 - 3:45pm

429 W. 127th Street

Visit to Allison Janae Hamilton's studio.

November 16 - 5pm

Q&A with Carrie Mae Weems at The Forum.

November 29 - 4pm

Classroom 106- Watson

Contemporary Photographers

Looking at the work of Laia Abril, Cristina de Middel, Sara Vanderbeek, Eileen Quinlan and presentation of the book MFON. Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, by Adama Fawundu

Students show their work.

In addition to scheduled class hours, students will meet one on one with instructors.

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