Come celebrate the closing of the 4th Annual Latino Life Photography Exhibit.
We’ll bid farewell to another year of excellent photography with a panel discussion: Photojournalism as a tool for social change.
Our guest panelists, part of El Tecolote’s photography team, will discuss the role and influence of visual media in current social movements, and the importance of representation of people of color both in front of, and behind the lens of visual storytelling.
– Gabriella Angotti-Jones:
El Tecolote photographer and former Photo intern at The San Francisco Chronicle
– Natasha Dangond:
El Tecolote photographer and current Photo intern at The San Francisco Chronicle
– Joel Angel Juarez:
El Tecolote photographer, freelancer for Andalou Angency and ZUMA Press; former Photo intern at The San Francisco Examiner
– Santiago Mejia:
El Tecolote photographer, former New York Times photo intern; current staff photographer at The San Francisco Chronicle
Discussion will be moderated by Mabel Jimenez, exhibit curator and Photo Editor for El Tecolote newspaper.
Doors open: 6 p.m.
Panel discussion: 7 p.m.
This is a free event, all ages welcome.