Frowin Paul Nyoni
Dr. Frowin Paul Nyoni is the co-director of Teaching and Learning through Photography. He is Dean of the School of Humanities at the University of Dodoma in Dodoma, Tanzania. He is also the Acting Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at UDOM, where he is an Associate Professor of Theater and Communications.
His skills and areas of expertise include producing, directing, and acting for Theater and film; writing and producing documentaries; serving as a consultant and researcher in the subject areas of Arts and Media; youth and African theater; Behavior Chance Communication Strategies; workshop facilitation; and the supervision and examination of graduate students at UDOM.
Dr. Nyoni earned a BA in Theater and Music from the University of Dar Es Salaam, his MA in Theater and Communications from the School of English at Leeds University, and his PhD in theater from the School of English at Leeds University.
Artist and Photographer Wendy Ewald has published two books for teachers and families, I Wanna Take Me a Picture and Literacy and Justice through Photography. She has been collaborating with partners in Tanzania for the past ten years to create photographic teaching materials for the national primary and secondary school curriculums. Recently she has collaborated with the University of Dodoma to develop a course in teaching and learning through images for Humanities and Education students. Ewald is co-director of Teaching and Learning through Photography.
Ewald has received honors such as a MacArthur Fellowship, a Guggenheim fellowship, and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Andy Warhol Foundation, the Rauschenberg Foundation, and the Fulbright Commission. She was an artist in residence at Amherst College for eleven years. Her latest book, This Is Where I Live, which maps Israel/Palestine through 14 different communities, was published by MACK in 2015 in conjunction with a traveling exhibition, This Place. America, Border, Culture, Dreamer, a collaboration with young immigrants to the US, will be published by Little, Brown in Fall 2018 to accompany a public art installation in Philadelphia.
Katy Homans has designed hundreds of publications for museums, universities, galleries, and other cultural institutions, as well as publications and projects with individual artists, among them Lee Friedlander (over forty books), Nicholas Nixon, Nancy Holt, Christian Marclay, Wendy Ewald, and many others.
Among recent publications are Diane Arbus A Box of Ten Photographs for Aperture Foundation and the Smithsonian American Art Museum; and Mariposas Nocturnas by Emmet Gowin for Princeton University Press. Recently Homans and Ewald have collaborated in Tanzania making photo posters with local teachers — through Teaching and Learning through Photography: Tanzania — to enable them to teach their ten core curriculum subjects visually.
Management Team and Training Facilitators
Richard Katuma—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design and TLTP Project Coordinator
Dr. Enedy Mlaki—Dean of School of Educational Studies
Gerald Rugumamu—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design
Deograsia Ndunguru—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design
Mauya Mbilinyi—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design
Dr. Cosmas Juhudi—Academic staff in the College of Education
Andrew Benjamin—Academic staff in the Department of Kiswahili
Leah Kiroba—Academic staff in the Department of Kiswahili
Amanzi Kisomi Ally—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design
Absalom Mbiling’I—Academic staff in the College of Education
Angela Kasonta—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design
Thereza Justo—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design
Dr. Emmanuel Ishengoma—Academic staff in the Department of Arts, Media and Design