The Short 21st Century
The Short 21st Century is a zine workshop, wherein we ask participants to respond to one of the 250 reproductions of books dating from between 1789 and 1914, and published as part of The Long 19th Century Digested in 2019.
The aim is to digitise the zines produced by participants to build an online archive.
So far, the workshop was hosted by the following institutions: Fondazione Modena Arti Visive (Modena, Italy), Raffles Institute (Milan, Italy), Laszlo Moholy-Nagy University (Budapest, Hungary) and the Friedl Kubelka School of Photography (Vienna, Austria).
More information about the project's structure and content here.
In collaboration with AEB (Association for Families of Children with Disabilities), we run a one-day photography workshop designed for disabled children in Bruneck-Brunico. From writing with light to printing and collaging, the course invites participants to explore their creativity.
21.06. - 09.07.2021
Kids' Summer Photography Workshop
RORHOF hosts foto-forum's summer photography workshop for children. Over a span of four weeks, kids will experiment with cyanotypes, dioramas, polaroids, poem books and all things light-related in our sunny garden. Photofun for the folks!
More info here.
31.05. - 01.06.2021
Theory and Practice of Vernacular Photography with Erik Kessels
RORHOF hosts two evenings on the theory and practice of vernacular photography with Erik Kessels. On 31 May, Erik will deliver a keynote on the phenomenon of found photography and what it entails from the standpoints of art and publishing, based on his personal experience. On 1 June, Erik will hold a workshop during which he will explore his practice of navigating physical archives and flea markets, as well as his chance encounters with forgotten bodies of work, including the archive of South Tyrolean journalist Hermann Frass, held at foto-forum in Bolzano/Bozen. Participants will have a chance to ask questions and engage in a group discussion with Erik during the workshop.
26.05 - 23.06.2021
Kids' Books for Kids by Kids Workshop
Have you ever noticed that kids’ books are rarely if ever actually made by kids themselves? Unibz’s MA student Tom Semmelroth will lead a workshop to fill this gap.
07.05. - 05.06.2021
In collaboration with AEB (Association for Families of Children with Disabilities), we run a four-week photography workshop designed for disabled children and their siblings. From writing with light to printing and collaging, the course invites participants to explore their creativity in the context of our farmhouse and yard, in nature and in culture.