Thursday Talk by Martin Cregg – ‘An Introduction To Documentary Photography’
In Case You Missed It!
Dublin Photography School recorded Martin Cregg’s ‘Thursday Talk’ and it is now available as a free podcast, ‘HERE’. Available also is a free download of the presentation given on the night by Matin so you can follow along.
We here at Dublin Photography School were delighted to host Martin’s talk – ‘An Introduction to Documentary Photography’. Evident throughout the entire evening was his honest passion for photography, his knowledge and his expert delivery. There was a fantastic turn out on the night with over 45 people in attendance, with all levels and genres of photographers represented.
The team at DPS would like to thank Martin for the work, time and effort that he put into the talk and we look forward to bringing you more ‘Thursday Talks’ in the Future #dublinphotographyschool
Martin Cregg is a documentary photographer and lecturer living in Dublin. He has exhibited in Ireland and also internationally. Martin specializes in contemporary documentary photography practice and will give a lecture around an ‘introduction to documentary ideas and different practices of documentary photography’.
Date: September 28th 2017
Venue: The Carmelite Centre, 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 2.
Martin has exhibited in Ireland and Internationally – recently at ‘Heillandi’ Switzerland (2016), ‘Gazebook’ Sicily (2016), ‘Illuminations’ NUIM (2014), PhotoIreland (2013) Les Rencontres d’Arles (July 2012), the Natural History Museum in Leeuwarden (July 2012) and in Shanghai as part of the ‘Postcards from The Celtic Tiger’ Group show. In 2011 his ‘Photo Course’ project was shortlisted for the FOAM Talent Call. Cregg’s work has been published in a variety of magazines and books including ‘Ireland and Photography’ and Magazines such as Source and Irish Arts Review,
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Please book early as places are limited & it will fill up fast
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