Workshops and Education: Previous Workshops
Justin's previous workshops have included "Street Photography in Norwich," "The Life and Landscape of the Waveney Valley," and "Exploring Place with a Camera" along London's Edgware Road. A selection of past workshops are described below:
Exploring Mellis Common and the World of Roger Deakin
Mellis and surrounding landscape, Suffolk, 29 -31 May, 2012
This private three day workshop in rural Suffolk was shaped to follow a request by two American visitors interested in exploring the landscape around the village of Mellis as featured in the books of the late nature writer Roger Deakin. The workshop included walking the traditional grazing common in Mellis and the routes of the old droving paths and how to recognise the changes that have occured in this landscape and how to respond to this with photographs. Other surrounding villages were also visited in Suffolk. The workshop began with a visit to a traditional agrarian farm in the Norfolk fens.
Seeing the World with a Camera
Diss Corn Hall in Norfolk, 11-12 August, 2011.
This two day workshop will explore the idea of seeing and exploring the world with a camera, and will cover themes including composition, light, and colour. It is open to keen photographs of all levels.
Cost: £80 for the two days. Student cost is £50
To book and for more details, contact Diss Corn Hall box office: 01379 652241 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.disscornhall.co.uk
Exploring Place with a Camera
A weekend photography workshop with Justin Partyka and Bee Farrell
Friday 10 December (6.30pm) - Sunday 12 December 2010
7 Hatton Street, London, NW8 8PL
This workshop is intended for architects and city / master planners who are interested in the role of photography within their profession, or who enjoy it as a hobby. The weekend will be about using photography as a means to explore and document place and will provide an opportunity to develop photographic skills in a creative and supportive environment. Participants will work on individual projects, which when brought together will present a collective vision of place.
Using the architectural offices of Terry Farrell and Partners as a base, the exploration of place will be the Edgware Road and its environs. This is a dynamic and diverse area with a strong Middle Eastern presence, busy Church Street Market and the more serene areas of Little Venice and the Regents Canal.
Requirements: a digital camera (a point and shoot is perfectly ok), access to a computer to download the photographs, and a memory stick.
One free place is being offered to a BA or MA student of architecture or master planning studying in London. To apply please describe why you would like to do this workshop and what you hope to achieve from it – 250 words max.
Cost: £160 - including weekend breakfasts, Friday appetisers and Sunday tea and cake.
12 participants maximum (participants from Justin’s previous workshops may apply)
For further information, to book, or apply for the student place contact: email@example.com
Justin's co-teacher on this workshop is Bee Farrell. Bee is a cultural heritage and community project manager working at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich. She is currently developing projects looking at the importance of identity in the context of place sustainability, and has a twenty year personal knowledge of the Edgware Road area.
This workshop coincides with Justin's exhibition Field Works: Photographs from East Anglia, at Eleven Spitalfields Gallery (27 Nov - 18 Dec 2010). www.elevenspitalfields.com