Gillian Laub at ICP and The National Geographic Society
Gillian Laub will participate on two panels on photography this week. The first is today at The International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City and is called "ICP Spotlights: Creating a Better World: Groundbreaking Women in Photography." The second is an all-day seminar on photography at The National Geographic Society's headquarters in Washington, D.C.
The panel at ICP is moderated by Ann Curry and will feature a discussion on women on the cutting edge of documentary practice and social justice through photography. Laub will join Mary Ellen Mark, Kathy Ryan, Samantha Appleton, and Stephanie Sinclair on the panel. The discussion will be followed by a silent auction and luncheon with proceeds from the events benefiting ICP's educational programs and exhibitions.
The National Geographic Society Photography Seminar will feature Laub, David LaChappelle with Robert Draper, Kitra Cahana, Cirenaica Moreira, and Paolo Pellegrin with Anthony Bannon speaking to an audience of 400 photographers, editors, curators, and critics. Laub will be discussing her "Prom Divided" project, a photo essay on segregated proms in the South.
For more information about the ICP panel, visit their website.
See more of Gillian Laub's photography here.