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A Photography Workshop With Roberto Dutesco

How to Crack an Egg | A fun, short hands-on photography workshop

 

Noted photographer Roberto Dutesco will be giving a free photography workshop for all ages at the Reboli Center for Art and History August 18 from 9 – 11 AM. Mr. Dutesco’s photographs are part of the current exhibit, Artistry – The Art of the Horse, at the Reboli Center.

This free workshop is designed for all ages and no registration is needed. The workshop is about exploring our immediate environment through the expert photo eye of Mr. Dutesco. Each participant only needs to bring a smartphone. Mr. Dutesco recognizes that everyone is taking pictures and he wants to show participants how they can look at the world with different eyes. The workshop should be super fun and Mr. Dutesco promises that your photo-world will never be the same!

Roberto Dutesco is a Romanian-born Canadian artist, photographer, and filmmaker. Dutesco began his career as a fashion photographer in Montreal, Canada. In 1994, he shifted the focus of his work to long-term personal projects that explore his environmental issue and natural subject matter.  His photography of the landscape, wildlife, and horses of Sable Island have been on permanent exhibition since 2006 in Soho, New York City. His first trip to Sable Island in 1994 yielded a collection of photographs of the horse sanctuary, which inspired his lifelong project to photograph and film the wild horses. Since then, he has returned to Sable Island six times to document its landscape and wildlife. His intention with this body of work is to heighten awareness for conservation projects.

Dutesco's films include Sable Island, Chasing Wild Horses, and Time Squared. Chasing Wild Horses was selected for the Tribeca Film Festival and was the winner of Best International Director of a Documentary at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. His photographs are part of numerous public and private collections.

Earlier Event: August 17
Wild and Not So Wild Horses