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Sponsored by the Gold Humanism Honor Society, the Alan Klass Health Humanities Program and the Office of Educational and Faculty Development
This series teaches image literacy by engaging you as an observant human and medical professional in the context of Narrative Medicine.
Positive health outcomes depend on communication, empathy, and observation, all skills that are integral to perceptive care. This series consists of eight two-hour sessions, and is designed for those who have not previously studied images and art.
- Develop the ability to read images, scenes and people. Visual Literacy
- Practice interpreting images and art
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Facilitator: Leif Norman
Leif Norman is an all-purpose Winnipeg photographer who also produces podcasts, videos and Winnipeg’s only annual Photographic Festival, FLASH.
He has a Chemistry degree but only uses it for basement experiments in Victorian imagery.
Leif has been a professional photographer since 2010 and has worked for RMTC, RWB, the WAG, MTYP, the Manitoba Museum, ft3 architects, Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers, Design Fest, Icelandic Festival of Manitoba, Kids Fest and more. In addition to shooting events, theatre, and dance he also does headshots in Winnipeg for theatre and screen actors including Kevin McDonald of Kids in the Hall, and musicians such as John K Samson.
An article he wrote about the difference between a headshot and a portrait has become LeifNorman.net’s most popular page, getting viewed almost 10 times a day since 2012. It seems people needed some clarification about the topic and Leif accidentally knew the answer.