Latin America: Stories That Drive Change is promising to be an inspiring and dynamic event. Taking place April 8 & 9 at the University of Miami School of Communication, the seminar will feature talks by the best in their fields, break-out sessions to go in-depth on areas of interest and project reviews to refine grant applications. Plus, we are hosting a special reception on Saturday, April 8 where we will be announcing the winners of The Alexia 2017 grants.
Currently, the price to attend Latin America: Stories That Drive Change is $95. That price is only valid until this Saturday, April 1 at midnight. Sign up now to lock in this price. After Saturday, the cost for the seminar will rise to $110.
- Cultural Secretary of Quito and co-founder of POYLatam Pablo Corral Vega will be showing us the absolute best in photography from Latin American and Latino photographers.
- Nikon Ambassador, National Geographic Photographer and University of Miami Alumna Ami Vitale will be discussing passion projects and her own personal path to the amazing photographer she is today.
- National Geographic’s Deputy Director of Photography, Whitney Johnson, will talk about how to build relationships and work with photo editors, getting your work into the world’s leading publications.
- Time, Inc’s Managing Editor of LifeVR, Mia Tramz, will explain how she creates incredible, immersive, Virtual Reality presentations, and then show them.
- Syracuse University Alexia Tsairis Chair of Documentary Photography Mike Davis will explain how to successfully apply for grant opportunities, and show you how to edit, select and sequence your work for maximum impact.
- Photographer Adriana Zehbrauskas will show you her moving, sensitive body of work and explain how she uses social media to expand its reach and influence.
- NPPA General Counsel Mickey Osterreicher will teach you how to make sure your constitutional right to photograph and document are respected.
The University of Miami School of Communication, The Knight Foundation, PhotoWings, The University of Miami School of the Advanced Study of the Americas and The Nikon Ambassador Program are co-sponsors of this event.