for Creative Photography
This resource focuses on the documentary tradition and the power of images and personal statements to reveal aspects of place, identity, community, and civic engagement. Curriculum Applications at a Glance lists some of the many options teachers may choose to engage their students with looking at, discussing, and writing about the exhibition. They may approach the project as a study of documentary expression, an overall look at grass-roots democracy and community action in the United States, or they may focus on individual community sites because of subject content or geographic location. Teachers may also choose to assign photography and first-person narrative collection projects to their students.
Twelve Community Project Profiles
Background and Resources
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