Urban Photo Walk with Mark Kelly
Join award-winning photographer and instructor Mark Kelly to stretch your mind and legs with a FREE, 2-hour photo-walk downtown Whitehorse. Mark will lead the group from the cultural centre to explore the waterfront area and then visit some of the more interesting locations throughout downtown Whitehorse. We will practice a variety of photographic techniques. There will be plenty of time for Mark to field your questions, learn some new approaches and practice new techniques. Pre-Register for Workshop Below. Only 12 spots are available. Mark’s passion for photography has led him around the world to photograph inspiring people, places and landscapes. He was the co-host of the popular CBC podcast Northern Exposures and is the Executive Director of the annual First Light Image Festival in Whitehorse. Mark’s love of photography compels him to share skills with other photography lovers. He has taught others for almost 20 years through workshops, courses and photo-walks. He offers workshops locally and internationally, and he hosts an annual photography residency in Namaqualand, South Africa. Mark’s work can be found on his website depthoffield.ca, on Instagram @markkellyphotography, on Facebook @markkellyphotography.ca, or follow him on Twitter @fullycaffinated. Participant Protocols for Photo Walk: All recommendations have been made based on information from the Yukon Legislation, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, and the Centre for Disease Control. As recommended, people should NOT attend the Photo Walk if they: Have any flu-like symptoms; or have an underlying health condition. have traveled outside the Yukon, BC, NWT or Nunavut in the last 14 days. YAC recommends participants wear a mask if they have one. No contact such as handshakes between the participants and the Workshop Instructor. All participants should always adhere to the 2-arms length rule.
This event is free.
Yukon Arts Centre
The YAC is proud to champion and promote artists and their stories in our community. We are honoured to be located on the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation, and the Ta'an Kwäch'än Council.
1171 Front Street
Meet in front of Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre
Yukon Arts CentreKasey.Anderson@yac.ca