“Like Dew in the Sun,” an exhibition of Brendan Hoffman’s recent work in Ukraine—created as part of his Fulbright grant and with the assistance of the Philip Jones Griffiths Award—will open May 7 at the Institute for International Education in Kyiv.
Brendan Hoffman will take part in this group Ukrainian-American exhibition at America House Kyiv that explores contemporary life in the USA and Ukraine through art and reveals common points of both societies, which at first glance, seem entirely different.
Hosted by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Dominic Bracco II will speak on a panel at the Beyond War: Causes of Conflict, Prospects for Peace conference focused on "Youth in Peacebuilding–Globally and in the U.S."
The National Geographic exhibition "What is Home?" opens on May 3 in Oslo, Norway, on the Peace Wall outside the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo City Hall Square.
Melanie Burford is speaking at NCE Media Show & Tell in Bergen, Norway about coordinating National Geographic Photo Camp Norway, a series of three Photo Camp workshops for both migrant and Norwegian youth in Bergen, Trondheim and Oslo in the summer and fall of 2017.
Katie Orlinsky of Prime Collective, Ed Kashi of VII Photo Agency, and Shannon Simon, Content Director and the Director of the Americas at Magnum Photos, will consider the meaning of the photo agency today, and how these collective bodies impact everything from the work and business of photography, to artistic collaboration, to photography’s relationship to human rights.
Katie Orlinsky will discuss her long-term work in the Arctic at the News Photographers Association of Canada annual conference and trade show.
Brendan Hoffman will present his work from Ukraine and elsewhere as part of a series of artist talks for the launch of the collaborative photo book .RAW: Story of Changes of Ukrainians and Army. The book includes the work of 33 photographers who have covered the war in Ukraine.