[CALL FOR APPLICATIONS] From 3D to 2D / Photography Workshop with Bojan Brecelj


Photography workshop with Bojan Brecelj

Stari Grad Museum working in partnership with Proja.org/MED Land project and Bojan Brecelj is pleased to announce and invite applications for a four day photography workshop.

Running from 28 to 31 March 2018 and based at Stari Grad Museum, Stari Grad, island Hvar, the workshop will bring together up to twelve interested participants who will have a chance to experience walking tours (with leadership or alone) on the old paths around Stari Grad and Stari Grad Plain as well as individual photo review sessions.

The theme of the workshop is how our 3D perception is transformed into a 2D plane of photography and it is open to all who are interested in advancing in photography. Work on photography will be tailored to each participant, as well as the tempo. This will mainly be done in the form of dialogue with the mentor.

The workshop will be led by Bojan Brecelj, a recognized professional photographer, artist and journalist, sailing the Mediterranean since childhood. His experience comes from his participation in numerous journalistic and artistic projects and teams, as well as from his own projects. He has worked in different fields of visual communication – graphic design, stage design, multi-vision projects, video production, and conceptual work, but mainly documentary and experimental photography.

He founded Proja.org whose basic concept is shaping and launching ideas as an “open code” environment. He is currently engaged in his MED Land project which explores the Mediterranean islands’ identity and charisma, presents their potentials, patterns of survival, creativity and social tolerance.


The deadline for submitting applications is 12 March 2018.

Applications should be submitted via email to email hidden and email hidden with the subject line Application: 3D-2D photo workshop.

Download detailed information about the workshop, how to apply, fees, accommodation, etc. in PDF format here


For any additional questions please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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