Double Exposures: Documenting War at Home

Double Exposures: Documenting War at Home

Double Exposures: Documenting War at Home is an eight-week multi-ethnic workshop from June 11 to July 30 at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop in NYC, that focuses on the experiences of Asian American girls, ages 14-18, who have been displaced by war. Through intensive poetry and photography workshops, Double Exposures will provides these young and talented women with the safe space, guidance, community, support, and skill to help them document their family’s most important stories about war.

The classes are are every Saturday for eight weeks and cover a variety of topics in poetry and photography. The students will create their own poetry and photography portfolio and participate in a widely publicized final reading and gallery showing. We provide a safe and supportive community of women writers/artists, in which girls can explore and improve their writing and photography and take creative risks.

Meet our wonderful team!


Double Exposures Teachers

                                            


Double Exposures Participants

                       

                            

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