CatchLight in the Classroom & Community
In addition to investing in innovative visual journalism projects and infrastructures, CatchLight creates intersectional education and community programming bringing together new audiences and generations. Through visual storytelling workshops, classroom visits and public presentations — whether working with young people returning from incarceration or policy researchers at the CARR Center for Human Rights Policy — our engagement programming harnesses photography’s unique power to change how someone sees the world and how we understand the great social challenges of our time: to make the invisible visible, and the abstract concrete. We strive to further student and community access to art and storytelling for positive social change, immersing students and publics in powerful new perspectives, conversations and learning experiences.
Bring catchlight to your students
If you are an educator or organizer interested in bringing CatchLight’s storytelling to your classroom or community please fill out the form below.
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