Posts Tagged ‘2011-2012 Fellows’

A Different Way of Seeing


By Chris Fowler Spring. Brighter light and longer days are here. The rigorously contemplative winter is making way for an active and fruitful vernal season. I am very pleased to report that the documentary photography class that I taught at The Eliot School in collaboration with UFORGE Gallery was a great success. The four-week class […]

Repetition, Ritual, and Reassurance

Jack & Trudie

By Indaia Whitcombe In the recent months I have begun to understand the functioning of the Boys & Girls Club on a deeper level. The mission of the Boys & Girls Club is to foster positive youth development and how they do this seems pretty clear to anyone who comes through the doors. The club […]

The Third Season at The Food Project


By Chris Fowler, November 2011 Autumn. Bright greens go yellow, then red, while the days get darker more quickly. Haste is made to harvest the remainder of the heartier crops: collards, kale, carrots, and leeks. Care is taken to prepare for the next season. Garlic cloves are planted by hand and hay makes a blanket […]

Chris Fowler Teaching Documentary to Teens


  In addition to his work at The Food Project, Chris Fowler is teaching documentary work to teens in Jamaica Plain, a neighborhood in Boston. The class is part of a collaboration between The Eliot School and UFORGE Gallery. To read more about his class, visit:  

Chris Fowler 2011-2012


Christopher Fowler, who received a master’s degree in folklore this spring from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has taken several writing and photography courses at CDS over the last two years. Having grown up in rural eastern North Carolina, an area heavily impacted by industrial agriculture, Chris’ master’s thesis was an ethnographic […]