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Photography Masterclass with Héctor González de Cunco (SPANISH) // Berkeley
December 10, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm$20 – $40
Ven a explorar las posibilidades que entrega la fotografía como medio de expresión y transformación social!
Sat, December 10, 2022, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
La Peña Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck Avenue Berkeley, CA 94705
*ENGLISH* [PLEASE NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE HELD IN SPANISH]
We are so lucky to be able to offer a Photography Masterclass taught by the extraordinary Héctor González de Cunco on Saturday, December 10th, 3pm-6pm at La Peña.
Héctor is a renowned Chilean photographer and educator with more than 60 years of international trajectory and he happens to be visiting the Bay Area! We couldn’t say no to such a unique opportunity like this.
So, if you’re interested in photography —regardless of your level of experience or education— and you understand Spanish, SIGN UP TODAY and receive a 50% discount!!
The class will delve not only into the artistic and expressive quality of the photographic medium, but also into its political power: its potential to analyze, create, and transform the reality around us.
- Sign up NOW and get a 15% DISCOUNT!
- Every registration includes an original photo-poster!
- NO special equipment or materials needed
- Workshop taught in SPANISH (see topics above).
About Hector Gonzales de Cunco:
At the age of 12, Héctor González de Cunco began taking photographs as an assistant to a photographer priest and, since then, he has never left his camera. At the age of 22, he was a photographer for the DICAP label, which released the records of Quilapayún, Inti Illimani, Ángel and Isabel Parra, ILLAPU, Víctor Jara, Rolando Alarcón, and the long and rich etceteta of the time.
He has been a photographer for press, record labels, theater, fashion and advertising in Europe and Latin America. In 1992, he was the official photographer of the Chilean Pavilion at the Universal Expo Seville ’92. He returned to Chile in 2010 and since then has dedicated himself to projects such as “Vivir y morir en $antiago de $hil€”, which portrays the social contradictions of Chile’s capital city. He currently conducts workshops, classes and photography talks in schools, colleges and cultural centers around the world.