- Masterclasses & Workshops
25 August–27 August
Three-Day Masterclass: Street Photography and Serendipity with Vineet Vohra
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to work with celebrated Indian photographer Vineet Vohra and take your street photography to the next level. This is an intensive workshop, tailor-made to suit your skill level, whether you’ve been shooting for years or you’re just stepping out to discover street photography.
In this masterclass, participants are encouraged to develop a series of photographs taken during their time in Ballarat, guided by Vineet and his serendipitous approach to photography. You’ll work with Vineet both 1:1 and in group sessions across the three days, while creating a series of work in Ballarat. Before the masterclass finishes, students will be invited to present their work to each other in a feedback session.
Each workshop has a capacity of 8 students.
Vineet Vohra is an internationally celebrated photographer and experienced educator based in New Delhi, India. He is considered one of the most influential street photographers of his generation. Vohra’s photography exudes impact and playful whimsy in every photograph. As a self-taught photographer, street photography is a passion that he lives like a discipline. Vohra is a Leica Ambassador, its first Indian photographer in the history of Leica, and conducts workshops as a Leica Mentor in Leica Akademie, along with various publications on the Leica blog. Before Leica, he was an official Fuji X photographer, a member of the APF collective & the street collective and the author of the successful book Serendipity.
$770 (excludes meals and accommodation)
Friday 25 August–Sunday 27 August
1–5pm on Friday 25 August; 10am–4pm on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August
Tuesday 29 August –Thursday 31 August
1–5pm on Tuesday 29 August; 10am–4pm on Wednesday 30 August and Thursday 31 August
Various locations in Ballarat, meet at Art Gallery of Ballarat, 40 Lydiard Street North
Ground level, wheelchair access
McCain Annexe, Art Gallery of Ballarat