YNY Photography Workshop:

Asset Mapping in East New York 

This month, Young New Yorkers will host a series of four photography workshops to map the assets of East New York, open to all 16-22-year-olds living in and around East New York. Photographer Rodolfo Diaz will be the guest teacher for these FREE, transformative workshops. Find all details about the class and how to sign up below

Photographs by Rodolfo Diaz. 

TIMETABLE: 

3:00PM TO 6:00PM

 

Class 1: Wednesday August 26

Class 2: Friday August 28

Class 3: Wednesday September 2 

Class 4: Friday September 4

 

Exhibition at Carnegie Hall: 

Tuesday September 22, 6pm

 

CLASS LOCATION:

East New York NeON 

400 Liberty Avenue 

Brooklyn, NY 11207

 

AGES:

16-22 years old

 

 

WHAT DOES ASSET MAPPING MEAN? 

Asset mapping means finding the positive aspects of a community. We will use photography and video to record the people, places, and things that make East New York unique, and to locate them on a map. 

 

WHAT TO EXPECT: 

To learn about photography and take a lot of different types of extraordinary photographs. 

 

FINAL EXHIBITION:

Your photographs will be exhibited in East New York and at Carnegie Hall.

 

NOTE: Dinner will be provided. 

 

 

TO APPLY

Fill out the application below

 

OR

Send an e-mail to info@youngnewyorkers.org

 

OR

Call one of your teachers, Ashley Martin, at 646.893.9691. 

 

 
 

This workshop is a part of the NeON Arts program, a project of the NYC Department of Probation (DOP) in partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute. Funding has been provided by the Open Society Foundations through a grant to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City in support of the NYC Young Men’s Initiative.