WOMEN IN PHOTOGRAPHY
MARCH 21, 2021
WHAT IS IT??
Totally free event to celebrate International Women’s Day
WHEN IS IT??
March 21st, 2021 9am/12pm/3pm PST sessions
WHERE IS IT??
WHO IS SPEAKING??
6 Inspiring female photographers
WHY SHOULD YOU COME??
Access to our Private Facebook group
Accessible, free, fun day!
C+C will be featuring three sessions on March 21, 2021, hosted by industry-leading female photographers from all across the globe. This event will also be raising money for the non-profit, Women Photograph, which works tirelessly to elevate female photographers from around the world.
Outdoor + Adventure Photography
Join our first Women In Photography event speakers Irene Yee (Climbing photographer) and Kyra Kennedy (Outside Magazine photo editor), as they delve into outdoor adventure photography, tips on working with photo editors, effective strategies for photo submissions, and an inside take on the magazine world.
Body Image + Empowerment
Our next Women in Photography event speakers, Bri McDaniel and Olesha Haskett, will explore women’s body image and representation in the media. They’ll be discussing empowerment photography and ideas around how women continue to be portrayed in mainstream media.
Women in PhotoJournalism
Our last Women in Photography event speakers will take us into the world of freelance photojournalism with Gabriella Angotti-Jones and Alana Paterson. Learn the ins and outs of the industry, some of the struggles and successes, plus tips on getting your foot in the door.
Outdoor + Adventure
body image + empowerment
women in photojournalism
charities to support
Women Photograph is a non-profit that launched in 2017 to elevate women* and nonbinary visual journalists’ voices. Their mission is to shift the photojournalism community’s makeup and ensure that the industry’s chief storytellers are as diverse as the communities they hope to represent.
The Magenta Foundation is a trailblazing charitable arts publishing house that consistently showcases talented artists’ work on a global scale, drawing attention to under-represented and emerging artists using powerful exhibitions and a roster of impressive international publications. Their work is guided by four strategic pillars: Exhibitions & Events, Learning & Outreach, Print & Digital Publications, and Community & Partnerships.
NATIVE WOMEN IN THE ARTS
NWIA is a not-for-profit organization for First Nations, Inuit and Métis women and other Indigenous, gender-marginalized folks who share the common interest of art, culture, community, and Indigenous peoples’ progress. Their mission is to facilitate the reclamation and advancement of Indigenous culture and artistic expression by Indigenous women and other Indigenous, gender-marginalized folks within this country’s diverse artistic landscape.
“I loved the friendly and welcoming vibe to all levels of photographers that attended. The open and real answers provided by all of the speakers was awesome!! There was no shortage of fun & smiles and that makes for a good time zoom! There was so much useful information and many inspiring stories n’spirits to encourage me to keep on-keepin’ on! Yeoooow!! …I’ll be back in January yo!! Fosho!”
The energy and openness was legit. Loved Sayed…tops!
You brought such a diverse group of people together! I felt that every single speaker/host had a different talent, outlook, mantra, advice, etc. and it was absolutely incredible. There was so much to take away from this conference! Thank you so much for being creative and connecting so many people together. My soul needed this.
Among a million other things, the fuckin’ ENTHUSIASM! It was unreal!!
Super fun! Not in any way pretentious! Informative and gave me good insight into the industry (newbie here, hi!)
Loved that it was a new way of learning, from conference-style talks, and I learned so much from the chill breaks and panels!! So freaking awesome!!!
I liked that I could join whenever since it was zoom, and I am looking forward to watching replays, as I missed a few things I wanted to watch