Join us for an exclusive session with Renzo Grande, co-founder of the 24 Hour Project — a project that aims to document humanity by taking one photo per hour for a whole day (19 March) in various cities around the world.
Renzo will share tips and insights on the power of street photography, then Paula Broom and Annette Widitz of @igerssydney will show how to use iPhone for capturing real live moments.
The event will end with a Q&A session. Space for this event is very limited.
Thursday, 17 March 2016, 6:30 pm
Apple Store, Sydney
367 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
The 24 Hour Project is a global street photography project that documents the human condition in multiple cities across a single 24-hour period.
As part of Art Month, GkJE 1 is featuring a two-part exhibition of selected images from last year’s event – taken on 21 March 2015 – chosen from 2030 photographers in 650 cities, representing 101 countries.
Join us for the opening of Part II this Tuesday, 15 March : 6-8PM
(Image “Intent”- Melbourne, Australia — 3.19am : 21 March 2015)
The GkJE 1 Loco Project is open 24 hours for external viewing and at selected times* as a walk-through until 20 March.
This year the 24 Hour Project is coming together to help rescue and rehabilitate human trafficking survivors. The She Has Hope goal is to restore these survivors to a life full of hope.
By participating in the 24 Hour Project we hope you can help us spread the word about the importance of helping human trafficking survivors.
Image: The Power of Red © aliveinnyc
With thanks to our print sponsors…
60-64 Macleay Street
Potts Point – Sydney, Australia
External viewing 24/7
Internal Walk Through
Wed – Thu – Fri : 5-8PM
Saturdays : 9am – 1pm / 5-8pm**
**except 05 March