Cairo's Contemporary Image Collective (CIC) is cooperating with World Press Photo to present a series of digital exhibitions and talks by photographers who took part in the "Reporting Change" project.
The project – which ran for two years – includes works by North African photographers and multimedia journalists and was organised by both World Press Photo and Human Rights Watch.
Between 15 October and 15 December, CIC will be hosting a digital exhibition dubbed "Stories of Change" at its downtown Cairo library, featuring work from participants including: Ahmed Hayman (Egypt), Muhannad Lamin (Libya), Mohamed Ali Eddin (Egypt) and Mosa'ab El-Shamy (Egypt).
Each fortnight CIC will also host a talk by each of the photographers.
The "Reporting Change" project resulted in a book as well as an online representation of the photo-documentary projects, which is available in English, Arabic and French.
Stories of Change digital exhibition will open on 15 October at 11am at CIC
22 Abdel-Khalek Tharwat Street,
Fourth Floor, Downtown, Cairo
The exhibition will run until 15 December, and will be open to public from Sunday to Thursday, 11am to 5pm
Ahmed Hayman: 22 October 2014, 7pm
Muhannad Lamin: 16 November 2014, 7pm
Mohamed Ali Eddin: 4 December 2014, 7pm
Mosa’ab El-Shamy: 14 December 2014, 7pm