Join Us in Cairo for a Portfolio Review and Evening Screenings!
- Screening What Works: Critical Explorations of Local Solutions
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017, 5pm - 8pm
Nine photographers from Iran, Ukraine, Slovenia, Egypt, India, Ecuador, China, and the Philippines explore tolerance through rigorous and creative visual narratives. Collectively, the projects address bridge-building among communities that are often seen in conflict with one another. Screening will have Arabic subtitles.
- Screening work from the Arab Documentary Photography Program
Friday, March 3rd, 2017, 5pm - 8pm
She as He by Sima Diab, Egypt
Just Stop by Eman Helal, Egypt
Homemade by Heba Khalifa, Egypt
Traces of the Conflict by Hamada Elrasam, Egypt
Hide and Seek by Sara Sallam, Egypt
Loss by Hader Mahmoud, Egypt
Post-Revolutionary Social Change in Egypt by Mostafa Bassim, Egypt
West of Life by Zied Ben Romdhane, Tunisia
Saudi Tales of Love by Tasneem Al Sultan, Saudi Arabia
Live, Love, Refugee by Omar Imam, Syria
- Portfolio Review & Project Development
Friday, March 3rd, 2017, 1pm - 4pm
APPLY HERE by February 22nd, 11:59 EST
Open call to local Cairo-based photographers pursuing projects concerning social justice. This is an opportunity to present work and receive critical feedback from mentors and peers. Reviews will be conducted in English. Those accepted will be informed by February 26th.