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  • several greytone photos and a title "Story in a Frame" followed by "Photography by Francesco Bori"
    Story in a Frame, a photography workshop by Francesco Bori

Story in a Frame: A Photography Workshop


Design Digital & new media Photography Storytelling Youth & teens
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Toronto Public Library - Steeles Branch

375 Bamburgh Circle, C107

Toronto, ON

Directions: Bamburgh Gardens Shopping Plaza C107-375 Bamburgh Circle, Toronto, ON M1W 3Y1 Closest major intersection Steeles Ave. East and Warden Ave. Public Transit TTC Steeles bus eastbound. TTC Warden bus northbound from Warden subway station. Parking Free - shopping centre parking lot.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.

accessibility accommodation for participation may be requested at [email protected], or voicemail, 416-393-7099


This photography workshop advances through the essential elements of how cameras work and how to tell a meaningful story in just one frame, or one frame at a time. Participants will be invited to capture photos and offer each other friendly critiques.

This is an in-person workshop. Limited Space. Class registration opens 1 month prior. Register by calling 416-396-8975 or email [email protected]

If you identify as a person with a disability or as a person who is Deaf, and require an accessibility accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Accessibility Services by email, [email protected], or voicemail, 416-393-7099, to make a request. Please contact us at least three weeks in advance.



Toronto Public Library Steeles Branch

Toronto Public Library is the busiest urban public library system in the world. Every year, we have millions of users visiting our branches and taking advantage of our online services.

We empower Torontonians to thrive in the digital age and global knowledge economy. With expanded access to technology, lifelong learning and diverse cultural and leisure experiences, Torontonians have increased opportunities for growth and success, as well as stronger connections to each other and their communities.