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A video and photography workshop that uses themes from the HATCHED2021 exhibition to develop a sense of play, observation and image making skills.
Participants are asked to bring an object, piece of clothing, book, music track that has a particular significance for them and a camera, smart phone or tablet.
The workshop is for 13-15 year olds who are interested in gaining experience in photography and video whilst learning about gender issues in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
Maga Esberg is a visual artist, tutor and curator based in Oxford, UK. Esberg has an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art in London. She set up HATCHED in 2016 as a creative platform to share work addressing women’s issues and experiences that range from ‘The personal is political' to Human Rights. She has several years experience in teaching photography and video in Youth Clubs, HE colleges and Universities in the UK and abroad. Her work has been exhibited at the North Wall, Oxford Brookes University, the RCA, Brighton Photo Fringe.
The HATCHED2021 exhibition at OVADA brings together the practices of local and international lens-based artists. Collectively these artists voice the multiple aspects of gender inequalities: reproductive rights, gender-based violence, and trafficking. This work is shown alongside artists whose attention is closer to home. The tender look at motherhood, an exploration of complex family experiences. Personal and global they share an intimate female gaze.
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