Storytelling Through Photography: Finding Connection Through Medicine – with Dr. Dawn Lim
Open to medical students, residents and fellows at no charge.
April 9th, 2018, at the close of the Synesthesia Art Show: 5-7 pm
Room 2394 – Medical School Building
**Maximum number of students is 20. First come, first served.
Because space is limited, please be sure you can commit to attending and
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Goals of the Photography Workshop (2-hour workshop)
• Learn to appreciate visual cues and the stories behind them through analyzing a series of well known and lesser known photographs
• Discuss and discover the components of a powerful and meaningful photograph
• Discover how photography may be used as a tool for advocacy
• It would be ideal if students can bring in a DLSR camera (even a basic one is fine)
Useful website reference: National Geographic’s Your Shot forum at: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com
Biography for Dawn Lim:
I am an emergency doctor, assistant professor of medicine, and an amateur photographer and writer based in Toronto. I enjoy weaving storytelling into my practice to help me connect to my patients. I feel storytelling builds empathy and is a great way to combine my interests in medicine and the arts. I’m particularly interested in photo-essays depicting motherhood and life in the emergency department.
Questions? Please email: Dawn Lim <firstname.lastname@example.org>