Visual Art

Hōtoke : Mother & Daughter Digital Storytelling

This unique workshop for mothers and daughters is a chance to learn photography, as well as discover how each other sees the world.

  • Mon, 31 Jul at 3:30PM
  • Ages 8+ years
  • Free
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About

This fun filled workshop by Serena Stevenson lets you learn about photography in the digital age. Mothers and daughters will journey together, learning how to tell a story using digital photography.

Through this shared interest mothers and daughters will gain insights into how each other views the world. It is a chance to take your relationship outside of the every day and build on it through a shared interest and a shared experience.

All you need to bring is an 8GB USB stick and a camera if you have one (Te Oro have a limited number of camera’s that participants can sign out).

Runs two times a week for six weeks.
Mon 3.30pm - 5.30pm
Wed 3.30pm - 5.30pm

A total of 12 classes.
Starts Monday 24 July.

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Serena Stevenson

Serena Stevenson photographer/filmmaker is half Italian raised in Manurewa Auckland, has travelled the world on commissioned assignments, exhibited world wide and developed a participatory photography workshop for youth as part of a Masters in Design.

Photography at a young age gave Serena the door way to a career a life of adventure and art.

Serena Stevenson

Serena Stevenson

Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board