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Rebecca Gaal is a humanitarian photographer, painter, illustrator, writer and student of International public health studies. She is devoted to examining healthcare issues and...
Calling all photo lovers ages 18-24 yrs young! I'm pleased to announce that my friend and colleague Kevin Connelly and I will be teaching a month long photography workshop in India this summer! If you know any appropriate humans who might find this interesting please send them my way or direct them here: https://www.pacificdiscovery.org/student-programs-semester-summer-gap-year/india-travel-photography-summer-program.aspx
Throughout the program we’ll be discussing photography techniques, working on assignments, participating in critiques, and learning how capturing images can bring us closer to people. Rather than having classroom lectures, we’ll be out in the streets, mountains and homes of the people of India learning about their culture and doing our best to understand their lifestyles. Our trip will conclude with an exhibition of our best photos in downtown Delhi at an art gallery where we can share our imagery, and discuss how the images affected us and have made our time in India so special.
India Summer Program Highlights
Cultural exchange and service learning week of English conversation classes for Tibetan monks
Photography assignments and critiques throughout the trip
3-day homestay with a Ladakhi family
Camel riding through the Himalayan mountains
Yoga and meditation classes
Visiting the home of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in exile
Historical Varanasi and the Ganges River
Delhi’s colorful markets and busy streets
Tibetan cooking course
Sunrise at the Taj Mahal
Informal lectures and discussions on history, culture, society and environment
Very personalized small group experience - just 14 participants