Christian Hayden with Ghana flag, plus image of camera lens

Striving to See

How the Camera Becomes a Vehicle Towards Expansion and Unlearning

Ethical Culture has a rich history of photographers and documentarians who used the camera towards humanistic ends. Christian Hayden shares how he sought to transform the male gaze into something that is powerful and constructive. Christian, joining us via Zoom, will show photographs and videos from his creative projects, as well as share his process and lessons on how one can strive to see more and better.

We begin the program promptly at 10:30 am ET, with gathering time from 10:15 on Zoom. We will try to end by 11:30. The Zoom room will be open until noon for socializing.

No in person children’s program this week! See everyone soon, though!

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Jan 16 2022


America/New York
10:30 am - 12:00 pm


Meeting House AND Zoom


  • Christian Hayden
    Christian Hayden

    Christian Hayden is a part of the RYSEC Leader team, beginning in the fall of 2022. He has been a member of the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia and Future of Ethical Societies (the young adult group within the Ethical movement).


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