“Polishing the Rust Belt — Stories of reinvention and resilience in Detroit”

Detroit, Michigan, embodies the problems of the American Rust Belt — a region of once powerful manufacturing industries that has collapsed under economic change and automation. The city suffered mass flight an abandonment starting in the 1990s. Join photojournalism professor and New York Times photographer Kevin Moloney, Detroit photojournalist Elaine Cromie, Julio Estrada, Roberto Mata and Larga Distancia for a workshop to photographically explore how the resilient region is working to reinvent itself for the 21st century.

Start Date:
May 10, 2021
End Date:
May 14, 2021
Length:
4 nights, 5 days
Place:
Detroit. Michigan. US
Price:
$2775
Maximum number of participants:
14
Requirements:
Photography equipment: Camera, lens, laptop, Lightroom Edition Program installed and a hard drive for back up. Film enthusiasts are welcome!
Guide:
Photography professor and NYT photographer Kevin Moloney, Detroit photojournalist Elaine Cromie, Julio Estrada and Roberto Mata