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What is the story of a road? How can it be told with images? Drawing inspiration from Abbott’s U.S. Route 1 project, we will take our own photographs along the three-mile stretch of MD Route 450 (West Street) between Annapolis and Parole, and then gather online to look at our pictures and share experiences. Miami-based photographer Kim Llerena, whose American Scrapbook features images from her travels around the U.S, will lead the discussion. Note: This workshop replaces Try-It Tuesday. The date and time has been revised for greater accessibility.
ABOUT THE DISCUSSION LEADER
Kim Llerena is a photographic artist currently based in Miami, Florida. Her work explores private moments, public spaces, and our constructed relationship to place. Her work is in the permanent collection of The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. She holds an MFA in Photographic & Electronic Media from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a BA in Journalism from New York University.