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Black Like Me, 50 Years Later

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/black-like-me-50-years-later-74543463/?all

Black Like Me, 50 Years Later

John Howard Griffin gave readers an unflinching view of the Jim Crow South. How has his book held up? 60 more words

Cultural Identity

152MC- Narrative

As part of getting my photographs, I’ve always been very involved in conversations with anyone I am photographing. Even if it is simply just making them feel comfortable or in other cases like this, asking them about what they’re wearing and what they feel about my project idea.  1,244 more words

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152MC- Evaluation

For this module I did decide to look into a project that is quite personal for me. Digging into my upbringing and many of the beliefs that I have been raised to live by, putting it through a photographical concept was truly challenging. 414 more words

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152MC- Time Management.

In my previous projects, I’ve not made use of a timetable as I’ve always felt its too restricting. Even when I worked on modules in college, I would make rough weekly plans and set myself smaller deadlines to get certain things and amount of work done. 346 more words

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152MC- Final book sequencing, title and cover.

Titling a book is just as important and the process undertaken to make the book. I didn’t want a title that would create another tangent in the way people perceive what culture is. 422 more words

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152MC- Final book- Amaar Sanskrithi

Here is my final book, printed and bound together in the way I wanted. The binding process was quite difficult as I hadn’t yet used cardboard to bind and didn’t realise the struggle it would be. 6 more words

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152MC- More coptic binding

Choosing to do the Coptic bind was a struggle. When I first did it in the workshop I struggled to perfect it and kept looping the thread twice or double binding signatures. 48 more words

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