Been Here: Photography Workshop w/ Artist Charles Lee

Join the ICA San José in celebrating Juneteenth with a photography workshop with artist Charles Lee! Be a part of San José’s 41st Annual Juneteenth in the Streets festival full of art and live music presented by the African American Community Service Agency (AACSA).

Sign up to take a street photography workshop taking photographs of the Juneteenth festival, learning composition, approaching a photo subject, and a brief history on Black photographers.

Participants can bring a film or DSLR camera, download an app to take photographs, or borrow a disposable camera to explore photography and rejoice in the San José community. 

We will have two workshop time slots: at 1pm and 2:30pm.
RSVP below to join! These events are FREE and open to the public.
RSVP 1PM
RSVP 2:30PM


About Charles Lee: 

Charles Lee (b. 1983, Honolulu) is an MFA Candidate at CCA in San Francisco. Lee’s work subverts the narrative that Black culture is a monolith by creating authentic narratives that address issues of reclamation, identity, family, class, authorship, othering; highlighting the existence of subcultures within the Black American diaspora. His work demystifies the act of being Black, showing the nuance of contemporary Black life. Lee is a recipient of Pabst Blue Ribbon’s Open Door Grant 2021 and has exhibited nationally and internationally and published in Oxford University Press.

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