Thu, May 20|
An Intro to Journalism - Culture Co-operative: Presented by True Tone & Right Up Our Street
A small panel featuring Charles Fox, Laura Andrew and John Domokos.
Time & Location
May 20, 2021, 6:00 PM – 7:15 PM GMT+1
About the Event
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This session is open to anyone from Doncaster that is interested! You do not need to be a journalist or student nor have previous experience. Join along to learn and be inspired!
This session differs from our past workshops! We've brought together a variety of Journalists into a panel to discuss their careers, experiences, give advice and also talk about any issues faced and the future of journalism!
The Panel will be chaired by Kurt Lindley:
Kurt Ewald Lindley, is the owner of Be More Learning and Development, publisher of the ‘Learning Scientist Magazine’ and all out “lover of learning”. Whilst Kurt holds a Masters in Psychology and has worked with some high profile organisations across Performance Sport, Business and Education, some of his proudest moments in life include hosting TEDx Doncaster, featuring on ‘Blind Date’, ‘Dishes’ and ‘Rainbow’ (as a child). He’s also a proud Doncaster resident and advocate of this town.
Our Panelists include:
Charles Fox - Charles is a British born photographer currently based between Sheffield, England and South East Asia, with a particular focus on Cambodia. He has a degree in Photojournalism from the London College of Communications and lectures in photography at Nottingham Trent University. His work has been widely published including The Sunday Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, National Geographic, WIRED, TIME Lightbox and GEO (Germany).
Laura Andrew - Laura Andrew has been a reporter for around four years, and currently works for The Doncaster Free Press. "I focus on human interest stories and have a particular passion on covering arts and lifestyle content. In 2020 I won the Community Journalist of the Year Award (JPI Media awards)."
John Domokos - John is a video journalist for the Guardian. He is currently focusing on a new project working on filmmaking collaborations with communities around Britain and also #AnywhereButWestminster series.
For any questions or requests for extra support please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This series of workshops is in partnership with Right Up Our Street, and funded by Arts Council England and Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council.
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