Tomás Ayuso workshop, Wednesday 13th November
Tomás Ayuso is a World Press Award winning photographer and a National Geographic Society fellow from Honduras, whose work explores Central American violence and the experiences of people in motion fleeing from it.
On Tuesday 12th November, Tomás will be giving a talk about his documentation of conflict and migration entitled ‘Bordering Life: Movement, Identity and Images from the US, Mexico, and Honduras’ in School III at 5pm, hosted by International Relations and the Centre for Art and Politics.
While he is visiting St Andrews, Tomás will also be very kindly giving a workshop on his activism and art practice on Wednesday 13 November, alongside an exhibition of his work in the Arts Building, in conjunction with the Centre for Contemporary Art.
The session will run from 2.00-3.30pm in Room 104, Arts Building, and all are very welcome to attend!