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Art Alert: Cairo Photo Week shakes up photography scene

Cairo Photo Week is organised by Photopia and will run for eight days

Ahram Online , Monday 22 Oct 2018
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Cairo Photo Week (Photo: part of poster for the event)
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Cairo Photo Week, an eight-day event organised by Photopia, will open on 22 November with a packed programme for all photography enthusiasts.

Cairo Photo Week (CPW) will include everything from talks, workshops and panels on different photographic subjects, as well as portfolio reviews and photography challenges. A market for used gear and photography books will also run in parallel.

Over the eight days of the event, there will be 14 workshops, with everything ranging from visual storytelling to product photography.

The instructors include Yehia El-Alaily, Karim Omran, Dany Eid, Salma El-Kashef, Amr Saadany, and many more.

A total of 90 instructors and keynote speakers will deliver informative and inspiring talks, and four exhibitions are scheduled to take place during the CPW, with more details to be announced.

Programme:
22 November to 30 November
Photopia, 15 El-Somal St., Korba, Heliopolis, Cairo

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