A list of over 100 books curated by Danae Renieri for photography lovers to read, be aware of or enrich their libraries with.
Completed a 6-week online photographic history course offered by the University of London on Coursera.
Participated in a tintype workshop which was arranged by the Texas Photographic Society and hosted by the Dallas Center for Photography.
Completed a 2-week online course on stereography offered by the University of Edinburgh on FutureLearn.
Graduated with a Master of Arts in Photographic History from the Photographic History Research Centre at De Montfort University.
Completed a 6-week online photography course offered by the Museum of Modern Art on Coursera.
Took an elective module on Museum and Exhibition Design which taught how to identify and critically evaluate the key factors that designers take into consideration in museum and exhibition design.
Participated in an Alternative Processes Workshop and learned how to make cyanotypes, argyrotypes and photograms.
“How charming it would be if it were possible to cause these natural images to imprint themselves durable and remain fixed upon the paper! And why should it not be possible? I asked myself.” – William Henry Fox Talbot, The Pencil of Nature (1844)
One-week visit to the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, United Kingdom.
Participated in a Photographic Processes Identification Workshop and learned how to identify photographic processes and the importance of identifying them.
During her undergraduate studies at the University of Athens, Greece Danae Renieri attended seminars that focused on the aesthetics and history of photography at the Photographic Sector of the university’s Students Cultural Association (POFPA).