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Creating The News with Photo Journalism: Why Water? - August 22, Noon to 4 pm

Creating The News with Photo Journalism: Why Water? with Photo Journalist Tony Ntumba
This Workshop is included in Session Two
Creating The News with Photo Journalism: Why Water? - August 22, Noon to 4 pm

Time & Location

Aug 22, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA

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Creating The News with Photo Journalism: Why Water?

Sunday, August 22, 2021

Noon to 4pm / Free of charge - Photo Journalist: Tony NTumba

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This is the third of four workshops in SESSION TWO.

Please complete session Application HERE.

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We will view and react to a global gallery of professional photos about water by a journalist who has produced and

written for the news and radio. Why? Because millions of people in the world live without clean water. Water is a challenge in most parts of the world. After learning the elements of journalism, we will select photos that stimulate our discussion. What's the story behind the photo?  What stories in our own lives are newsworthy?  We'll create our own short pieces to share with the group that we can publish as a group project.

Biography

Tony Ntumba, born in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. is a photojournalist by training and through professional experience in the war-torn country of the Congo. He immigrated to the United States in 2014, learned English, and traveled to 28 states in the United States to gain knowledge, history, and understanding of this country. He has also photographed scenes throughout Cape Cod. He is producer and journalist for the daily UN-sponsored Congo radio broadcast (Okapi).providing up-to-date (non-government regulated information) on what was happening in the country to benefit the people throughout the country. He traveled throughout the Congo with United Nations representatives to chronicle wartime abuses.

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