Intimate Portraiture: A Hands-on Workshop hosted by For Freedoms and Muna Malik
Featuring: Muna Malik
Saturday, May 4th | 4PM – 6PM
Location: Photoville Workshop Tent
Please visit the link to find out how to reserve your session, space is limited and is not guaranteed until a Photoville Team Member confirms with you by April 20, 2019.
Intimate portraits have the ability to help people reveal a part of themselves. This is increasingly difficult when working with vulnerable populations. This workshop shares techniques on how to get the best from your subjects, the psychology of relationship building, and how to get beyond discomfort in portraiture.
Join artist and activist Muna Malik as she hosts a workshop on portrait photography and discusses how photographers can use their practice to bridge cultural divides and cultivate greater inclusion and awareness of vulnerable and underrepresented communities.
Muna Malik is an artist based in Los Angeles, CA. Her passion in art lies within her pursuit to create cultural awareness and understanding. She has devoted much of her time to documenting the lives of recent immigrants living in the United States. Her current work focuses on capturing poetic imagery and narratives of women of color and refugees.
Malik’s work has been exhibited at the Northern Spark Arts Festival, MCAD, ArtWorks Chicago & The University of Minnesota, Humphrey School of Public Affairs. She was a featured billboard artist representing North Carolina in the Four Freedoms 50 State Initiative. She currently has a show, Remnants of Things Left Behind at the Band of Vices Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.