Nina Berman, Henry Danner, Isaac Scott, Sheila Pree Bright
Does art have any role in creating justice? Join us for a discussion moderated by Nina Berman with photographers Sheila Pree Bright, Henry Danner and Isaac Scott. Nina Berman is a documentary photographer, filmmaker, author and educator. Her wide-ranging work looks at American politics, militarism, post violence trauma and resistance. Sheila Pree Bright is an internationally acclaimed photographic artist known for her photography series #1960Now, Plastic Bodies, Suburbia and Mothers March On. “As a Fine Art Photographer, I am interested in the life of those individuals and communities that are often unseen in the world.” Henry Danner is a NY state licensed Social Worker and visual storyteller. Using his camera as a tool to influence change, Henry wields the power of photojournalism and documentary photography to highlight the poetic nature of everyday life, display the power of community and share stories that heal. Isaac Scott is a ceramic artist and photographer from Madison, WI. His images of the 2020 protests in Philadelphia that were published in the New Yorker Magazine won the National Magazine Award for Feature Photography.