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The Art of Self-Discovery: A Photography Workshop

Rooted in a theoretical framework that draws from the creative processes of contemporary art, this workshop invites you to explore your own identity and emotions through the medium of photography.

This workshop is designed for individuals seeking a distinctive exploration of visual culture and photographic expression. We offer a unique opportunity to use these mediums as tools for self-discovery, self-understanding, and personal growth.

Whether you’re an aspiring photographer looking to enhance your creative abilities or someone interested in expanding your artistic expression across various disciplines like writing, painting, or performance arts, this workshop is tailored for you.

In this workshop you will explore a visual culture and study the works of artists who have dedicated their lives to creating compelling and transformative pieces. You’ll gain the skills to express yourself through images, creating photographs that hold deep personal meaning and serve as a catalyst for personal growth and creative processes.

There is no fixed schedule; you have the freedom to enjoy the experience at your own pace.


Our sessions are unique each containing audio training, inspiring artists, photography exercise suggestions, and music recommendations. Allocating between 10 to 15 minutes per day will suffice for listening, reading, and watching the content. You’re in control of when you access the materials and create the suggested images.

Through firsthand experience, you’ll come to realize that your photographs aren’t just static images – they’re a reflection of your personal growth, a testament to your creative processes, and a powerful tool for self-discovery. 

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Join us on Google Meet Starting February 8th at 0800.

About the instructor:
Rye –
With over two decades of expertise, Rye studies and supports individuals who use photography to enhance their creativity and facilitate their personal growth.

Through their work over the years, they have provided valuable information via articles, masterclasses, and courses covering topics that intersect photography and mixed mediums.

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